If anyone in the audience was worried about Harold Camping's apocalyptic prediction, it sure wasn't evident. It is an absolute feel-good show and I highly recommend that anyone who likes rock and roll check out this foot-tapping, finger-snapping, clapping experience. What better way to celebrate life on this earth than following the progression of rock from the Wall of Sound to the British Invasion and Motown. Add the West Coast introduction of surfing music and the psyhedelic strains of Woodstock at the end of the 60s for a fun journey peppered with personal stories from the cast--performers who traveled that road.
The show is produced by Gracie and Greg Fulljames and was conceived by Bill DeLoach, a member of Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons for over twenty years and Danny Gans' piano player for more than a decade. In addition to DeLoach, (who does a hilarious impression of Mick Jaeger) the show features singer Marilyn James, multi-talented Ray Allaire, Michael Erardy, Fred Champoux, and Michael Dubay. Click here to find out more about them. Then buy a ticket and rock out.