50s Dance Party Schedule
They may be gone, but they certainly haven't been forgotten! Take a stroll down memory
lane back into an era where doo-wop music and romantic love songs filled the airwaves.
Now is your chance to experience
John Mueller's 50s Dance Party, which is the official and the original revival of Ritchie Valens, Buddy Holly and the Big
Bopper's final tour. To date, it is an exclusive show sanctioned by the Valens, Richardson and Holly estates. Each live concert
performance features more than two hours of high-octane entertainment fueled by all of the smash hits of the '50s. Look forward
to hearing tunes like Peggy Sue, That'll Be The Day, Oh Boy, Chantilly Lace, La Bamba and many more!
You can catch an
upcoming '50s Dance Party at the American Music Theatre in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Make sure you sign up for event updates
through StubHub so you'll be in the know when this party heads to your hometown in the future! Don't miss out, and head to
StubHub today for your '50s Dance Party tickets! This is one show you just can't afford to miss!
50s Dance Party
It's often known as the Day the Music Died. February 3, 1959, marks the date of rock and rolls first great
tragedy. Rockers Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson lost their lives when their chartered plane
crashed in a cornfield in Iowa during a huge snowstorm.
To keep the memory of these iconic musicians alive, John Mueller
started the '50s Dance Party back in 1999 to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the famous trio's original tour.
the shining star of Buddy... The Buddy Holly Story,John Mueller revives this iconic musician, who changed the face of rock
and roll forever. Then there's Ray Anthony, who assumed his role as Ritchie Valens in the Legends of Rock and Roll Show, an
award-winning tribute production. Anthony has additionally garnered personal recognition from Bob Keane, Valens' original
producer from Del-Fi Records. Rounding out the trio is Linwood Sasser. Sasser plays J.P. Richardson, famously known as the
Big Bopper. Sasser replaces the Big Bopper's son, also J.P. Richardson, who died recently.
More than 2 million people
have seen performances of John Mueller's '50s Dance Party. Not only has the show been nationally televised on the Jerry Lewis
Telethon, but the tour has also criss-crossed the nation, including performances at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
these millions of people, and you'll understand why people like Buddy Holly's brother, Travis, said, "Really does Buddy proud...
has his mannerisms and sound down pat. The best I've ever seen." And why Maria Elena Holly said, "I've never endorsed anyone
doing Buddy, but I was really impressed with John... John is the only one who does it exactly like Buddy did. He's a great
musician in his own right."
50s Dance Party Tour
Ritchie Valens, The Big Bopper and Buddy Holly are still
highly regarded as some of the most influential stars of the '50s era, and their music has withstood the test of time and
is still being played all over the planet to this day. Their ill-fated final tour together still stands in the spotlight and
is earmarked as one of the best collection of rock and roll talent ever assembled.
50s Dance Party Trivia
there have been numerous tribute shows, re-creations and impersonators dedicated to the memory of Ritchie Valens, The Big
Bopper and Buddy Holly, none are more regarded than John Mueller's 50s Dance Party. Coined as "the only show endorsed by the
Holly, Valens and Richardson estates," the Richardson estate is especially involved. Jay P. Richardson Jr. played The Big
Bopper in many of the show's performances before he passed away. He was born just two months after a plane crash claimed his
50s Dance Party Concert Experience
Get out your poodle skirts and penny loafers because
the '50s Dance Party is on tour, bringing all of the music, style and flair of the '50's era to a venue near you.
is one event worth getting out of the house for, offering you the opportunity to revel in the tunes that made the '50s what
they are! Songs like La Bamba, Peggy Sue, Chantilly Lace, That'll Be the Day - are just a few of the classic rock and roll
songs that have inspired generations of musicians!
An authentic show like this doesn't come along every day. Treat yourself
to a night of classic rock songs performed by extremely talented individuals. You won't be able to stop yourself from singing
and dancing right along with the stage performers.
Don't wait, and make sure you reserve your tickets for the spirited
'50s Dance Party! All you need to do is click right here on StubHub where you can find the most up-to-date information available.
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