You’ll be in Doo-Wop heaven as the world-famous Acapella Singing Group “THE ALLEY CATS” delivers their high-energy family-style show filled with great harmonies, comedy and oldies Doo-Wop fun!
Every acappella performance by THE ALLEY CATS is accompanied only by the sounds of laughter and voices joining in to sing the melodies we all know and love.
They have won over audiences nationally as they relate directly to the crowd with lively humor, engaging stories, and audience participation appealing to young and old alike.
From the White House to Concert Halls worldwide, ‘THE ALLEY CATS’ have earned a stellar reputation as the coolest singing cats around, they have shared the stage with such notable artists as Sha-Na-Na, Chubby Checker, The Beach Boys, and even comedian Jay Leno.
Some of the songs being performed:
At The Hop - Barbara Ann - Blue Moon - Book Of Love - Come Go With Me - Don’t Be Cruel - Duke Of Earl - Earth Angel - Goodnight Sweetheart - I Wonder Why -
In The Still Of The Night - La Bamba/Twist And Shout - Little Bitty Pretty One - Little Darlin - The Lion Sleeps Tonight - My Girl - Only You - Rama Lama Ding Dong - Rock & Roll Is Here To Stay - Rockin Robin - Runaround Sue - Sh-Boom - Smoke Gets In Your Eyes - So In Love - Stand By Me - Teenager In Love - Under The Boardwalk - What’s Your Name - Why Do Fools Fall In Love
Some of the groups being honored:
The Tokens - The Temptations - The Platters - The Edsels - Danny & The Juniors - Dion & The Belmonts - The Chords - The Drifters - Frankie Lyman & The Teenagers -
The Marcels - The Monotones - The Del Vikings - Elvis Presley - Gene Chandler - Danny & The Juniors - The Beach Boys - The Penguins - The Spaniels - The Five Satins - Richie Valens/The Beatles - The Diamonds
THE ALLEY CATS are a perfect blend of musical talent and comic timing!
- Los Angeles Times
Sun, May 19, 2013 at 3:00pm
|Venue:||Downey Civic Theatre|
8435 Firestone Blvd.
Downey, California 90241
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