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Richard Nader's Rock N' Roll & Doo Wop Tribute to Veterans: The Charlie Thomas Drifters, Sonny Turner, The Duprees & Tommy Mara and The Crests
Carnegie Library Music Hall Of Homestead
Nov 11 2016
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After headlining the rock 'n' roll concert on Valentine's Day at the Keswick, Charlie Thomas' Drifters are all set to take their fans back in time to the 1950's era of pop music. The Drifters will hit the road this March where their first performance is scheduled at the NYCB Theatre. The performance will be a part of the Doo Wop Extravaganza, which is an event that has the best Doo Wop artists performing 50s' music. Following this, the group will tour Baltimore and Biloxi later this year. So, don't miss out on the chance to see them perform as they hit a venue near you with Charlie Thomas' Drifters tickets.
The Drifters comprises of talented musicians and is said to be one of the longest running bands in the history of pop that's still making live performances. Being amongst the biggest selling artists of all times, they are considered to be among the most commercially successful groups. In 60 years of their career, they have received several honors which include an induction in the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2000. The Rolling Stone Magazine ranked the group at 81st position on its '100 Greatest Artists of All Times' list. They were also one of the favorite groups of the U.S President and were graced with the opportunity of performing before him at Whitehouse many a times. They also delighted the Queen of England with their performance. An addition to this list is the performance that they made at Tony Blair's farewell party in London in 2007.
The 1959 release by the group 'There Goes My Baby' was the beginning of what is termed as the Golden Years for the Drifters. The single was ranked at number one position on US R&B chart. 'This Magic Moment' was another hit song by the group which came out in 1960. It is one of the best known songs by the artists and was ranked at number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100. The track was also featured in the film, The Sandlot and used in the television show, The Sopranos.
The band's repertoire includes another popular number, 'Save the Last Dance for Me' which earned them a lot of acclaim. It was ranked at number one position on the US Pop chart for three consecutive weeks. It clinched the third position on the Billboard Hot Country Singles. Not only did it top music charts in the States, but also reached number two position in UK. Adding to the list of hit songs by The Drifters is 'Some Kind of Wonderful' which was ranked at number six on R&B charts. The band gave another hit in 1961 titled 'Please Stay.' The song has been covered by various singers following its release. This was followed by 'Sweets for My Sweet' which was critically and commercially acclaimed. The band hit another jackpot with the track 'Up on the Roof' that was reviewed by the Rolling Stone as “in every way a remarkable pop song for 1962.” It also made it to the magazine's 2004 list of '500 Greatest Songs of all Times.'
Charlie Thomas' Drifters have cemented their place in the industry as great entertainers and one of the best doo wop, R&B ensembles. Lover Patterson once commented Charlie Thomas' voice was one that the world would enjoy forever. No doubt, the world is still listening to him while he tours the States with other band members for live performances. You can also avail the chance to listen to him as he tours the country this year with Charlie Thomas' Drifters tickets.