Golden Boys – 2014 Concert Schedule
Touring as the Golden Boys, former teen heartthrobs Frankie Avalon, Fabian,
and Bobby Rydell will be performing at venues across America. Whether you used to listen to their hits decades ago, or you
just recently discovered their classic tunes, fans of any generation will find their show to be an absolute blast. The Golden
Boys will be visiting venues all over, including Biloxi's IP Resort & Spa, the Silver Legacy Resort in Reno, Pala Casino,
the Mayo Center for Performing Arts in Morristown, the Count Basie Theatre, Lancaster's American Music Theatre, Casino Rama,
and many more. With so many concert dates lined up for this year, fans far and wide will have the chance to check out the
Golden Boys' incredible show. To get your tickets to see the Golden Boys live in concert, be sure to visit StubHub before
tickets are all sold out!
About Golden Boys
The touring act Golden Boys is comprised of some of the most
popular pop idols from the 50s and 60s. Consisting of Frankie Avalon, Fabian, and Bobby Rydell, this trio will be bringing
back all of the hits you used to love from past generations.
Frankie Avalon got his start in music during the 1950s,
and he also played with fellow teen idol Bobby Rydell. His first number 1 hit song on the Billboard Hot 100 was "Venus," which
topped the chart for 5 straight weeks. The song also reached the top 10 of the R&B chart, and remains one of his most
popular songs to date. His song "Why" also went on to top the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Throughout the 1950s and 1960s, Frankie
Avalon had a number of successful singles, including "I'll Wait For You," "Just Ask Your Heart," "A Boy Without A Girl," and
"Bobby Sox to Stockings."
Like Frankie Avalon, Bobby Rydell also rose to fame during the 1950s and 1960s. Bobby Rydell
got his first start in show business when he scored a gig on Paul Whiteman's TV Teen Club. He later started playing in various
bands throughout Philadelphia, and secured a recording contract. He released his first single, "Kissin' Time," when he was
only 17 years old. The success of the single allowed Bobby Rydell to join a tour with the likes of Marv Johnson, The Everly
Brothers, and The Champs. His next big hit came when he released the single, "We Got Love," which quickly shot to the number
6 position on the Billboard Hot 100. Bobby Rydell released a number of additional hit singles, including "Wild One," "Swingin'
School," "Little Bitty Girl," and "Volare."
Fabian Forte, known simply as Fabian, was also a teen heartthrob and performer
during the 1950s and 1960s. He started gaining a large following after numerous appearances on American Bandstand, with many
of his songs charting on the Billboard Hot 100. By age 15, Fabian was rising to become one of the most popular young stars
of the time.Some of his popular hits include "Turn Me Loose," "Hound Dog Man," "Tiger," "About This Thing Called Love," "This
Friendly World," and "String Along."
Golden Boys' Breakthrough Album
Bobby Rydell, Frankie Avalon, and
Fabian Forte all rose to popularity in the 1950s and 1960s. For Frankie Avalon, his breakout was due to his hit single "Venus,"
and Bobby Rydell became a star after releasing "Kissin' Time," which became a huge success. Fabian got his big break with
the song "Turn Me Loose." In addition to enjoying singing careers during this time, the young stars also embarked on acting
careers. Bobby Rydell appeared in the famous film "Bye Bye Birdie," and he also had a recurring role on the Red Skelton Show.
Meanwhile, Frankie Avalon appeared in a number of beach party films along with Annette Funicello, which were popular films
at the time for teens. His appearance in these films further strengthened his teen idol image, and he also played the role
of Teen Angel in the "Beauty School Dropout" scene in the film Grease. Fabian appeared in films like Hound-Dog Man, North
to Alaska, and High Time.
Golden Boys Trivia
In which popular musical film is there a high school named
after Bobby Rydell?
The high school in the film Grease is called Rydell High, named after Bobby Rydell.
Bobby Rydell, Frankie Avalon, and Fabian dominated the charts during the height of their popularity with
songs like "Venus," "Just Ask Your Heart," "Little Bitty Girl," "Volare," and "Turn Me Loose." These classics are best experienced
live in concert, and just imagine how incredible it will be when these tunes fill the venue! If you've been a longtime fan
of the Golden Boys performers, then you owe it to yourself to check out their incredible show. You don't want to miss out
on this must-see performance!