BAINBRIDGE — If you want a rollicking ride through the good old days of rock and roll, don’t miss the Corvettes Doo Wop Revue when they perform at the Bainbridge Town Hall Theatre, located at 15 North Main Street, on Friday, at 7 p.m. on April 7.
The Corvettes Doo Wop Revue is dedicated to preserving and performing the greatest music ever made: the music of the 1950’s Doo Wop era. From New Hampshire to New Orleans and Virginia to Vegas, The Corvettes perform the great music of the Doo Wop era with a fresh new energy. Their incredibly entertaining show and comical stage antics have left many a happy audience screaming for more! In the tradition of legendary Doo Wop revivalists Sha Na Na, every Corvettes show is more than a concert; it’s an all-out Doo Wop celebration!
In addition to performing their own outstanding concerts, the Corvettes tour with many legendary Doo Wop groups including The Drifters, The Tokens, Danny and The Juniors, The Platters, The Marvelettes, The Shangri Las, The Shirelles, The Belmonts, Gary U.S. Bonds, The DelVikings, The Teenagers, and many more.
Some of the great hits you might expect to hear at a Corvettes Doo Wop Revue show: Come Go With Me, Little Darlin’, Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On, At The Hop, The Twist, Earth Angel, Sea Crusie, Rock Around The Clock, In The Still Of The Night, Runaround Sue, Runaway, Palisades Park, Twistin’ The Night Away, Splish Splash, Shake Rattle and Roll, and many more!
In addition, there’s always a special treat when you come to musical events at the Town Hall Theatre. Before the show, enjoy music played on the theatre’s residence organ built in 1933 and one of only five Æolian/Skinner residence organs ever built for upstate New York, and the only one known to be intact and in playable condition.
On Friday, April 7 doors open at 6 p.m. This is a very popular show, so to guarantee a seat call 607-288-3882 to reserve a ticket. The evening of the show, the works of Rachel Hares and Mark Picone will be featured in the gallery. The gallery is open at 6 p.m. before the show through intermission and is free to the public. For further information on future shows and gallery events, check out JerichoArts.com.
-Information provided by Jericho Arts Council