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Happy Together Tour: Chuck Negron, The Turtles, The Association, The Box Tops, The Cowsills & The Archies
Bergen Performing Arts Center
Jun 20 2017
Happy Together Tour: Chuck Negron, The Turtles, The Association, The Box Tops, The Cowsills &The Archies
Aug 10 2017
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Happy Together Tour is titled as a “blast from the past” event which will bring back lots of beautiful memories this summer. Five legendary rock stars are returning to the live stage together to entertain their fans, which includes Gary Puckett, Mark Lindsay, Flo & Eddie, Gary Lewis and Chuck Negron. For the fans of the golden rock era of 60s and 70s, this is a chance to relive the memories and watch their favorite stars back on the stage. You can now check online for the tour dates have been announced and book the Happy Together Tour tickets for yourself.
Flo & Eddie are famous for being a part of The Turtles the band from the late 60s which was included into Top 40 Rock Groups list. After the band dissolved, the duo initially joined Mothers of Invention under the name of “Phlorescent Leech & Eddie.” They adopted these names because a contract that was earlier signed did not allow them to use their names or the title “The Turtles.” Currently the duo perform as a comedic group and have also been the creators of music for films like ‘The Adventures of the American Rabbit’ and ‘Down and Dirty Duck’.
Chuck Negron is a singer and songwriter who earned fame as the lead vocalist of the band named Three Dog Nights, which emerged in the late 60s. He formed the band with Cory Wells and Danny Hutton, both of them singers as well. The band stayed in the limelight throughout late 60s and 70s. In 1975, Three Dog Nights disbanded and by that time Negron was badly addicted to heroin. After years in rehab, he finally managed to overcome his addiction in the start of 90s. That is when he embarked on a successful solo career.
Garry Puckett is a musician belonging to the Garry Puckett & the Union Band. Their hits such as ‘Young Girl’, ‘Lady Willpower’ and ‘Woman, Woman’ are considered evergreen. ‘Woman, Woman’ was the band’s very first single and brought them mainstream success as well as international exposure as it was frequently played over the radio stations. Although none of the band’s singles managed to make it to number one in the United States, their song was ranked at one in United Kingdom. The Union Band disbanded in 70s and Garry Puckett embarked on a solo career, so did the other band members.
Gary Lewis is a rock musician known for founding the Gary Lewis & The Playboy band. When he released the single ‘The Diamond Ring’, it made it to Billboard Magazine’s Hot 100 list at number one position right away, bringing Lewis instant fame. In 1965, Cash Box Magazine named him “Male Vocalist of the Year.” During the 60s, the band was the only one to have its debut song hitting number one position straight away. Many of his following hits made it to the Top Ten charts, some being Green Grass, Everybody Loves Clown, Save Your Heart for Me and Just My Style.
Mark Lindsay is a popular instrumentalist and singer known for being the lead singer of the 60s’ band Paul Reverie & the Raiders. Lindsay started to perform on stage when he was only fifteen. At first he used to play at local bars and venues till he became the saxophonist and lead singer of the band The Downbeats. The band changed the name to Paul Revere & the Raiders later on when they earned mainstream success and international exposure. After disbanding of the group he embarked on a solo career in which he earned fame as well.
If you wish to attend the upcoming Happy Together Tour to catch all of these 60s stars getting together on one stage, then make sure to book your Happy Together Tour tickets in time.
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