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Many people consider the '60s and '70s the golden era of music. With bands such as, The Four Seasons, The Temptations and The Shondells, showcasing their musical ability, it was a great time for music fans. Now, one band is striving to bring back memories of those legendary bands. The Hit Men have gained worldwide fame by performing songs of many of the legendary bands of the past. Their music has appealed to both young and old alike. Now, the group is taking their show on the road.
This year, The Hit Men will play a series of shows across the United States and offer fans a chance to relive some of the biggest hits of the past. The tour will start with a show at Santander Performing Arts Center in Reading, Pennsylvania. Following that performance they will play shows in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania and Albuquerque, New Mexico. Tickets for these shows are selling fast, with some shows nearly sold out all ready. If you want to see this great band live, be sure to act now and buy your tickets today on StubHub, before they're all sold out.
The Hit Men Background
The Hit Men are made up of former member of some of the biggest bands of the '60s and '70s. Members of the group have sang with such legendary acts as Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, Tommy James and the Shondells, Cat Stevens and many more. Now the members of The Hit Men have joined forces and are taking their show on tour, singing all of your favorite songs from those classic bands. Together, The Hit Men have released several albums and have proven that music can bridge the generational gap, finding fans among the older and younger generations alike.
The group was started by Lee Shapiro, who sang with The Four Seasons, Barry Manilow and others. He recruited friends from his years of being a backup singer and put together a group consisting of: Gerry Polci who sang with The Four Seasons, Jimmy Ryan who worked with Cat Stevens, Elton John and Carly Simon, Larry Gates who previously performed with Desmond Child, Carole King and Janis Ian and Russ Velasquez, who worked with Sting, Chicago and Luther Vandross. Since forming, the group has played many shows together and has become a crowd favorite. Tickets for their current tour are selling fast, so buy your tickets today on StubHub.
The Hit Men have released three studio album, comprising hits from the '60s, '70s and '80s and an album of Christmas songs. They sing many of the hits of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, which have seen a resurgence in popularity thanks to the Broadway show, Jersey Boys. Some of the Four Season's biggest hits include the songs, "Big Girls Don't Cry", "Workin' my Way Back to You" and "Sherry".
In addition to the hits by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, fans can also look forward to hearing several songs by other famous recording artists. The Hit Men regularly perform songs such as, "Crocodile Rock", "You're So Vain", "Brown Sugar" and "Don't Let the Rain Fall On Me". Fans can look forward to hearing all of these songs and many more during The Hit Men's upcoming tour. The band's concerts usually feature a wide variety of songs and hits from different decades. The band has toured regularly and has received many great reviews from critics.
Lee Shapiro and Gerry Polci are two of the original members of The Four Seasons.
The Hit Men have toured around the country and have consistently impressed audiences with their smooth singing and tight musical performances. One critic said that hearing their music transports fans back to when they were younger and noted that while many of the members are older now, they haven't lost a step, from when the performers were in their heyday. Bruce MacPherson, the managing director of The Eisemann Center in Richardson, Texas, said after seeing the band perform at his theater that it was everything he'd hoped for. "The Hit Men were the complete package. Their stage presentation was visually appealing as was their musicianship." Many critics and those involved in putting on Hit Men shows have commented on the band's entertaining and engaging live shows.
If you're a fan of the classic bands of the '60s and '70s, this is a show that you won't want to miss. Tickets for this tour are selling fast and are sure to sell out, so act now and buy your tickets today on StubHub, before they are all sold out. With a show as popular as The Hit Men, you can be sure that tickets won't be available for very long. This will be a show that you'll never forget.