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Rich Nader’s Doo Wop Show
- Charlie Thomas of The Drifters: This singer of The Drifters joined in 1958, then formed his own version of the group in subsequent years, performing nostalgic doo-wop staples such as “Under the Boardwalk” and “There Goes My Baby.”
- Lou Christie: Pennsylvania-choirboy-turned-teen-idol plugs in high-voltage vocals for “Lighting Strikes,” the 1966 chart-topper that demonstrates the legend’s three-octave range and fear of thunderstorms.
- Gene Chandler: Known for wearing a regal top hat and cape onstage, the “Duke of Earl” was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame for his musical contributions as a vocalist, songwriter, and record executive.
- The Duprees: With barbershop harmonies and old-fashioned showmanship, the Jersey quartet struck gold in 1962 with the pop ballad “You Belong to Me.”
- Shirley Alston Reeves: As the lead singer of the Shirelles, Shirley and her quartet harmonized their way onto the charts repeatedly from the late ’50s to the early ’80s, sweetly singing now-classic hits such as “Baby It’s You,” “Mama Said,” and “Will You Love Me Tomorrow.”
- The Coasters: They’re the seminal vocal group that blended R&B and doo-wop on rollicking hits such as “Young Blood” and “Yakety Yak.”
- Jay Siegel’s Tokens: The original lead vocalist of The Tokens continues to perform under this moniker, still hitting the playful falsetto of “The Lion Sleeps Tonight.”
- Tommy Mara and The Crests: Mara’s boisterous performance of The Crests’ signature hit “16 Candles” has earned him the title of “The Pavarotti of Doo Wop.”
- Ladd Vance: He’s a singer, film producer, and son of Jay and the Americans’ founding member Kenny Vance.
New Jersey Performing Arts Center
New Jersey Performing Arts Center stands firm as a bastion of live entertainment, opening the doors to its two distinct venues for a wide array of productions. Inside Prudential Hall, 2,700 seats fill the multitiered auditorium where ballets, symphony orchestras, and Broadway shows flourish beneath radiant lights and a domed ceiling. Victoria Theater, meanwhile, beckons visitors to its more intimate 500-seat confines for jazz concerts and contemporary dance performances.