LGE / LaGuardia Entertainment " Where The Music Never Ends"
LGE / LaGuardia Entertainment " Where The Music Never Ends"
The Duprees have entertained audiences who love their unique and romantic sound for more than six decades. From their doo-wop and rock and roll groups start in Jersey City New Jersey, they grew quickly to become a sensation all across the country and around the world. Although members have changed throughout the years, the singing group stayed in touch with their east coast roots and dedication to bringing favorite classics in an updated style.
The music of
The 1910 Fruit Gum Company
It will take you back to days gone by.
"Simon Says" sold three and a half million.
"1, 2, 3, Red Light" and "Indian Giver" sold
over one million copies. A fun night for all occasions.
The Del-Satins are an American vocal group, most active in the early 1960s, who recorded on their own but are best remembered for their harmonies on hit records for Dion and others. They have been described as having "few peers as practitioners of harmony and Doo-Wop.” The group was formed in 1958 in Manhattan, New York, through a merger of two existing street corner groups, the Yorkville Melodies and the Jokers. The original members were teenagers
They chose the name Del-Satins as a tribute to The Dells and The Five Satins.
Hit after Hit, this is an exceptional performer who has given us so many musical moments. A feel-good songwriter who will have you reeling from remembering how influential The Rascal was to the contribution of American Music to the World.
It's A Beautiful Mornin, "Good Lovin," Grooving On A Sunday Afternoon,
I Been Lonely Too Long,
just to name a few.
If you are serious about your Do-Wop Harmonies, then look no further.
The Dubs had a long career, from the late '50s through the '80s, but are best remembered for their enduring Top 40 doo-wop classic.
"Could This Be Magic" is one of the more memorable songs of 1957.
The song 'Coney Island Baby' attracted the public's attention in 1960—reaching number 51. With major local concerts and a rising reputation, the Excellents. Shape, Clean, and Smooth as ever, their show is one that your audience craving for the nostalgia and the good old days of Do-Wop will love and adore
Member Emil Stucchio revived the name"The Classics" to tour in the 1970s, the 1990s, and 2000s and still performing strong today. todayThe Classics was an American vocal group formed in 1958 in Brooklyn.
"Life Is But a Dream" hit the lower regions of the R&B Singles chart, but it wasn't until they released the single "Blue Moon" with Herb Lance on lead vocals that they charted a hit. The song peaked at #50.In 1963 they released "Till Then," which became their biggest hit, peaking at #20.
In an Evening Of Stories and Of Music, Jay Siegal is captivating, reminiscing stories about concerts, some women tossing undergarments at heartthrob singers, but when Jay Siegel performs, they throw stuffed lions. Known more by his voice than by his name, Siegel and his group, The Tokens, topped the charts 50 years ago with his distinct falsetto on the classic mega-hit, 'The Lion Sleeps Tonight.'
"See You In September" is one of those classic songs that take you back to your summer vacation and remind you of your summer romance.
Bobby Miranda is one of the kings of knowing how to capture, entertain and mesmerize any audience.
He is a national treasure.
One of our most sought-after acts, he delivers each and every time.
Larry Chance (born October 19, 1940) is an American musician and the lead singer of the popular 1960s Doo-Wop group Larry Chance & The Earls, originally known as The Earls.He was born Larry Figueiredo in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Upon moving to the Bronx, New York, he originally formed his group as The Hi-Hatters. The group was eventually rechristened The Earls and Figueiredo changed his last name to Chance,
1962, the Earls' single “Remember Then” was a national hit and “ I Believe”, considered an East Coast classic.
The Brooklyn Bridge (also known as The Bridge and as Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge since the 1980s) is an American musical group best known for their million-selling rendition of
Jimmy Webb’s “The Worst That Could Happen” (1968).
In 2010 the passing of Johnny began a new era in the life of the remaining group members.The group continues to carry on and perform for audiences all over the country. Still have that sound that belongs only to the fantastic and talented
“New Brooklyn Bridge.”
The Shirelles formed in Passaic, New Jersey in 1957. They have received numerous honors, including the Pioneer Award from the Rhythm and Blues Foundation, as well as being inducted into theRock & Roll Hall Of Fame in 1996 and named one of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time by Rolling Stone in 2004. They have been credited with launching the girl group genre, with much of their music reflecting the genre's essence.
Will You Still Love Me, Tomorrow
Tonight’s The Night
THE CAMEOS – NEW JERSEY’S FAVORITE OLDIES GROUP
The Cameos are a talented eight-piece Oldies/Vocal Harmony group who create and perform their own unique renditions of the most popular songs of the 1950’s 60's and 70's.
50s, 60s & 70s Tribute Group
The Jukebox Legends was started by Joe Leo & Billy Sagarese in 2005.
Since then, they have captivated audiences in the Tri-State Area and worldwide.
The Jukebox Legends are available for weddings, anniversary parties, birthday parties, fund-raising events, dinner shows, car shows, park concerts, corporate events, restaurants, lounges, or any special occasion.
Jersey Sound singing and performing the hits you all love to hear.
The best of the '60s, 70's & 80's music that made us all stay glued to our radios.
With exceptional harmonies and a dynamic stage presence,
they are genuinely the musical Sounds of New Jersey.
Ladies & Gentlemen Presenting
When you hear and see "The Capris," you are genuinely transformed back into time. A time when you first met that girl. You know, the one who almost made you lose your mind. With songs that will take you back to the good old days. With giant jukebox hits like "Morse Code of Love" and their million sellers hit
"There's A Moon Out, Tonight." The stars of any event or any show.