The 1960s Live and On-Stage: The Midtown Men
The world's favorite sixties songs are now being played on stage by
four stars from the original Broadway cast of the musical, Jersey Boys. After taking Broadway over with their sensational
performances, the four stars joined as the Midtown Men. The guys are now decked out in rat pack-styled suits and churning
out hit after hit from the The Beach Boys, The Beatles, The Four Seasons and more to an enthusiastic sixties-loving crowd.
This production is a celebration of all good things in the sixties and is not a performance or group to overlook. The Midtown
Men are a first of their kind. You don't want to miss seeing the first ever production that has come out of Broadway as an
entirely new entity. The original Jersey Boys are now the Midtown Men and audiences could not be anymore excited to see them
as they tour across the nation. It isn't simply that the quartet is traveling the national as part of the Jersey Boys - they
have already been there and done that. What is more is that they are not a tribute to or copy of the Jersey Boys, they are
something new and incredible. They provide a unique performance that will have you singing and dancing to these classic tunes
performed by these magnetic male stars. The Midtown Boys are not playing characters this time around, they are the real deal
donned in the classic sixties-inspired suits and pomade affixed hair. Get your tickets now to be a part of this sixties movement.
Live Show: Be Part of the Midtown Men Movement
There is something special about reliving the sixties era with
a group of polished and dapper men on stage. The Midtown Men fans are a fantastic group of people who help to make the live
shows an incredible experience. These fans are what help to make each and every show extra special. In addition to the live
show, fans have pre-show gatherings to build up the excitement to see The Midtown Men. What is quite telling about the live
show is how many fans have seen The Midtown Men multiple times. One fan explained, "They make each and every one of us feel
special. And that is a gift." At a live performance of The Midtown Men, the foursome has found ways to make everyone feel
special and appreciated. After all, it is you and each and every fan that make the live show worth seeing. The hits of the
sixties were such feel good songs that it is hard not to have an amazing time listening to today's talent do it justice.
The Midtown Men were Jersey Boys: About The Midtown Men
The Broadway stage was not enough for the original cast
of Jersey Boys. Christian Hoff, Michael Longoria, Daniel Reichard and J. Robert Spencer decided to hit the road playing their
most beloved sixties hits, following their undeniable success on Broadway. The Tony Awards have acknowledged the incredible
talent this group has to offer. Christian Hoff is a Tony Award winner and J. Rober Spencer has been nominated for a Tony Award.
The group is in the midst of their fourth tour destined to revitalize the music of the sixties through truly audience engaging
performances. It has been noted numerous times that the quartet have an astounding stage presence and chemistry that can be
felt throughout the venue. After playing characters together in Jersey Boys, audiences are excited to see the group dynamic
playing themselves in live performances.
The Midtown MenBreakthrough in Jersey
The Midtown Men breakthrough
was the Jersey Boys. During their time as the original cast of Jersey Boys, the stars appeared and performed on The Today
Show, The Late Show with David Lettermen, The U.S. Open and even rocked around the clock on Dick Clark's New Year's Eve show.
After showcasing their talent as the four stars of the Jersey Boys, they decided that it didn't need to end there. The Midtown
Men came together following their Broadway run to sell out venues across the United States. Since they set out on the road
as The Midtown Boys, they have been gaining momentum after their initial push from the success of Jersey Boys. The Midtown
Boys consider the past few years on tour a bit of a whirlwind of success with live performances and critically acclaimed self-title
album of sixties top charters. The album was recorded in New York City and captures the iconic spirit of the sixties by featuring
the following songs. "Up On the Roof," "Time of the Season," Candy Girl," and "Can't Buy me Love."
If you want to incorporate The Midtown Men fashion into your wardrobe, the cast of Midtown Men dress in
Hugo Boss suits. There is something quite fetching about the style of the sixties era. What is so great about imitating their
style is that some die-hard Midtown Men fans have created "action figures" donned in Hugo Boss-inspired suits of each of the