You may have seen The Buckinghams and Gary Puckett in concert together as part of the Happy Together 2012 tour, and you may well already think you know what you might hear when you get your tickets for the upcoming "Groovin the 60s" Concert that's on the Upcoming Events Calendar at St. Charles' Arcada Theatre. But, in fact, you do not. The Buckinghams have a special invitation for you:
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Join us on Valentine’s Day, for a tremendous evening of musical entertainment, Groovin’ the 60s. Orchestral Events presents beloved classic rock artists The Buckinghams & Gary Puckett, in an all-new concert concept for their hit songs that Chicagoland will be first to hear. Conductor/Arranger Mariano Longo brings these artists and their bands together for an evening that will celebrate the songs you fell in love to, with a 22-piece symphony orchestra for a night of the pops!
Ensemble production numbers highlighting the hits of a generation, you’ll love these artists performing “River Deep, Mountain High” (Tina Turner/The Animals), “Touch Me” (The Doors), “Working’ My Way Back to You” (Four Seasons), “He Ain’t Heavy— He’s My Brother (The Hollies), “Everybody Get Together” (The Youngbloods), “ “Let’s Hang On” (Four Seasons), and more.
You’ll also meet lovely Christie Copeland, a highly acclaimed singer from home base Las Vegas, to add her talents as the ensemble includes “Downtown” (Petula Clark), “To Sir With Love” (Lulu), “You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me” (Dusty Springfield), “Wedding Bell Blues” (The 5th Dimension), plus a Phil Spector medley by the entire group. It’s a new variety concept show that brings the rich sounds of a full symphony orchestra with upbeat arrangements of even more songs you have loved all your life, to share that evening with family and friends you love. It’s a perfect Valentine’s Night!
Yes, it’s The Buckinghams and Gary Puckett singing all their hits, too, but the orchestral arrangements of all their hits will blow you away. Conductor Mariano Longo says, “There’s a formal full orchestra together with your favorite artists, BUT no formal wear or black ties required; just dress as you would for any concert and get ready to say, “WOW, I have never heard anything like this before!” So, you can surprise your Valentine or just treat yourself to an unforgettable evening of “Groovin to The 60s”!
This is the debut of the symphonic arrangements of the hits of The Buckinghams (and Gary Puckett) coming to Chicagoland for Valentine's Saturday night. You won't want to miss it.