Dick Fox's Golden Boys Tickets
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Dick Fox's Golden Boys tickets at Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall,Sarasota,FL on 2/3 8:30PM
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Dick Fox's Golden Boys tickets at Kravis Center - Dreyfoos Concert Hall,West Palm Beach,FL on 2/5 8:00PM
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Dick Fox's Golden Boys tickets at Seneca Niagara Events Center At Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel,Niagara Falls,NY on 3/27 8:00PM
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Two of America's most popular teen idols of the fifties and sixties will take the stage at the upcoming Dick Fox's Golden Boys concert. They will be accompanied by iconic American comedian, Freddie Roman, as a guest. So along with great music, this concert will also feature a hilarious standup routine, fit for people of all ages and all generations. The two artists set to take the stage at this concert are none other than Bobby Rydell and Frankie Avalon, two of the most fascinating teen sensations to debut in the American music industry. You can catch them live at this concert with Dick Fox's Golden Boys tickets.
Frankie Avalon is an American singer and actor who entered the American music industry at just the age of eleven. Hailing from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, he has gone on to make waves as not only a singer but also an actor and a playwright. The former teen idol rose to fame when he played the trumpet on US TV at the age of eleven. Two of his singles as a trumpet player were released soon after by RCA Victor in 1954.
As Avalon grew up, he went on to perform with Rocco and the Saints, alongside fellow teen idol, Bobby Rydell. In 1959, two of his songs, Why and Venus reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100. The former stayed at that position for five weeks, one of thirty one singles by Avalon that charted on the Billboard charts from 1958 to 1962.
As an actor, he often played next to Annette Funicello in a number of movies, particularly the very popular beach party comedy films released during the sixties. The two would go on to star in Beach Blanket Bingo and Beach Party amongst others, becoming iconic figures in American movies during the time.
Avalon also played roles in a number of John Wayne movies, including Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea alongside Barbara Eden and The Alamo. He also performed in the hit movie Grease, based upon the musical of the same name. On TV, he played roles in The Patty Duke Show, The Bing Crosby Show and Combat!
Avalon will be joined by one of his contemporaries, Bobby Rydell, at the Dick Fox's Golden Boys concert. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Rydell rose to fame as a rock and roll singer and actor in 1958, several years after Frankie Avalon. He went on to release music via Capitol Records in the US and Columbia Records in the UK. The singer is known for his hit songs, Volare and Wild One.
Bobby Rydell had appeared on American television long before he debuted as a singer. He won Paul Whiteman's TV Teen Club's talent show and became a member of the show's cast. As an actor, he played roles in a number of movies, including Bye Bye Birdie, which was released in 1963.
Rydell also went on to play with a number of local Philadelphia bands and in 1960, he went on a tour of Australia with The Crickets, The Champs, The Everly Brothers, Marv Johnson and Billy 'Crash' Craddock. He also released albums that not only sold a million copies each, but were also ranked as gold discs, the equivalent of today's RIAA platinum certification.
Rydell and Avalon will be sharing the stage with comedian Freddie Roman. Born in Jamaica, Queens, Roman is best known for his shows at the Borscht Belt hotels and has been dubbed the 'King of One Liners'. He is presently the New York Friars Club's dean and lives in Fort Lee, New Jersey.
Roman has headlined at various resorts, including Las Vegas's Caesars Palace and Atlantic City's Harrah. He has also written and starred in a number of shows, including Catskills on Broadway. He recently appeared in the movies Christ in the City, Bittersweet Peace and The Last Laugh.
Catch Roman alongside Frankie Avalon and Bobby Rydell in an upcoming concert, and get a healthy dose of great music and hilarious comedy. All you have to do is get Dick Fox's Golden Boys tickets.