September 28th 2023, 7:30 pm
A Show About Time Traveling Back to The 1960’s, Based Around the Greatest 1960’s Musical Re Creation Concert…Ever.
The Sixties Show is from NYC and is The Greatest 1960’s Musical Re-Creation Show on Earth. Featuring former members of bands of The Who and John Fogerty from Creedence Clearwater Revival.
“ An Aural and Visual tour de Force!!”
“Powerfully Dramatized…. A Breathtaking Musical Experience of Major Importance!”
“…The Show is an indisputable Hit!!”
“An Immersive Historical and Musical Spectacle…A Must See!”
This popular theater show is a cross generational crowd pleaser and has been selling out every theater and performing arts center that the show plays at. The band is widely celebrated and known for re-creating spot on, note for note re-creations of the hits, B-sides and deep album cuts from the greatest songs of the 1960’s.
In addition to the concert experience, the show is a large scale and ambitious stage production that is powerfully dramatized by a combination of time travel special effects, narration, 60’s archival audio and newsreel footage and a light show. This seen to be believed bigger-than-life, show is nothing less than awe-inspiring.
The Sixties Show is a high energy trip back in time that reminds the audience how uniquely inspirational, entertaining, and historically significant the music and events of the 1960’s was and continues to be.
All of the music is performed live, with no samples, backing tracks or prerecorded music of any kind.
The band uses a state-of-the-art sound system but, only plays authentic 1960’s period vintage and re issue vintage gear and instrumentation just like original artist’s and original recordings. This combined with genuine 1960’s mod costumes that the band wears only add to the meticulous detail and authenticity of this popular and powerful theater show.
The members of The Sixties Show were hand-picked to perform and record with Sir Paul McCartney, The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson, The Bee Gees, Mick Jagger, Bruce Springsteen, John Fogerty, Donald Fagan and Walter Becker from Steely Dan and other legends and individually have performed at the most renown venues in the world such a Madison Square Garden, The Hollywood Bowl, Wembley Stadium, The Grand Rex in Paris, The Budokan in Tokyo and others.
Tickets are $29, $39, $49 and $59 depending on seat location. Contact the box office at 877.571.7469 for more information.
Groups of 10 or more: Book your group early and save money!
Co-Founder / Producer-Musical Director, Bass, Vocals, Guitar
Craig hails from the sun stained-dark corners, desert dream paradise- land of illusion, road rage and earthly delights, Los Angeles, CA and is the founder of The Sixties Show.
Craig honed his musical prowess on the LA scene writing, touring and recording with several bands most notably psychedelic au go go stoner core favorites Hal Lovejoy Circus (Universal Music Group) who scored a Top 10 Hit on the Billboard Alternative Album Charts. He was also a founding member of the Hollywood, CA 90’s kingpins Annapurna (Warner Bros Records) who shared stages with everyone from Smashing Pumpkins, Stone Temple Pilots, Oasis, Sublime and Weezer.
Craig was also the co-founder of LA underground fave raves and critics darlings Echoback (Acid Ceiling Recordings) whose critically acclaimed, yet sadly and commercially overlooked, “Paper Spaceships you Can Fly” CD landed in many of those in the know year’s end best lists.
Craig has also worked frequently as a session bass player and as an arranger. He has had coveted artist endorsement deals with G&L Guitars, D’Addario and Ampeg. His song writing /producing credits have been heard all over radio and TV such as ABC Television’s “Smallville”, the opening musical theme for TNT Network’s Saturday Night NBA Game of The Week, in store music for the Gap, Burger King, Nike, Starbucks and others as well as various compositions heard on HBO, Cinemax, Showtime.
Co-Founder / Producer- Guitar, Vocals
Tom is the guitarist and songwriter of world-renowned cult favorites Knockout Drops from New York City. Since the early 90’s, the Drops have put out several EPs and LPs, chock-full of catchy, indie/power pop tunes and have performed tirelessly throughout the US and Europe. In 2005, the Drops unveiled “Escape from Bellevue”. Originally directed by Horton Foote, Jr. EFB is a rock ‘n’ roll theatre show, comprised of autobiographical monologues, Drops’ music and video vignettes. The pioneering show was critically lauded and enjoyed a run of sold-out houses. As a result of this success, the show evolved into a second sold-out run at NYC’s legendary Village Theatre. The 2007 production was handled by Westbeth Entertainment and award-winning director Alex Timbers. The sound design and soundtrack were produced by Tom. The New York Times said, “Escape from Bellevue offers a lesson in how to approach the (rock musical) genre”.
Tom has toured the US and Europe and has shared bills with such diverse acts as The Beach Boys, Mick Taylor, The Violent Femmes, Soul Asylum, John Fogerty, Rhett Miller, Richie Havens and Bonnie Bramlett, among many others. Being a devout Beatle fan, one of Tom’s favorite experiences was being invited to play a show at the Cavern Club in Liverpool where The Beatles famously played in their early days.
Other projects Tom is involved with include NYC’s Mad Staggers, the New York Roots Music Association and frequent solo performances. Tom has also achieved recognition as a producer/engineer, recording many singer-songwriters and indie bands at his studio. Tom is a graduate of the Berklee School of Music. Tom is co-founder of The Sixties Show. In addition to his vocal and instrumental talents, Tom also produces the theatrical show’s multimedia content.
For more than 20 years, Jim Boggia has been winning over fans, critics, contemporaries and luminaries alike with his uncompromising devotion to the sort of winsomely nostalgic, emotionally direct songcraft that’s impervious to age. His sonically intelligent retro-pop manifesto includes three solo studio albums—2001’s “Fidelity Is the Enemy”, 2005’s “Safe in Sound” and 2008’s “Misadventures in Stereo” and he’s worked with a startling array of artists, including Aimee Mann, Joan Osborne, Juliana Hatfield, Mike Viola, Tracy Bonham, Bernadette Peters, David Poe, NRBQ’s Big Al Anderson, famed Beach Boys lyricist Tony Asher, MC5 guitarist Wayne Kramer, Elvis Costello and The Attractions drummer Pete Thomas, esteemed ’70s pop misfit Emitt Rhodes, and Canadian songstress Amanda Marshall.
Also, an accomplished singer and guitarist, Boggia performs with the well-known New York City-based Beatles tribute band, the Fab Faux, as well as Mad Dogs & Dominos, an 18-piece collective headed by a heavyweight roster that includes Blues Brothers alum Lou Marini and producer John Leventhal. Oh, and he plays a mean ukulele.
If the late Keith Moon was still with us we’d like to think that he would still be driving cars into swimming pools, demolishing hotel’s presidential suites, touring with The Who and making time to play drums with The Sixties Show. While Scott to date has not driven any vehicle into a swimming pool or made use of a sledgehammer to reimagine the décor of a hotel room, he did in fact play drums for The Who in 2013 which included their celebrated 2013 “Quadrophenia” Tour in the US and Europe. Scott has also been the drummer for the legendary vocalist for The Who, Roger Daltrey since 2009. Besides these illustrious Who ties, Scott has also performed and/or recorded with The Eagles’ Don Felder, Capricorn Record’s Speaker, Universal Record’s Oleander, as well as performed onstage with Steve Winwood, Ron Wood, Eddie Vedder, Dave Grohl, Jimmy Buffet, Joan Jett, Dave Stewart of The Eurhythmics, Richie Sambora, Simon Townshend, Rob Trujillo, Joss Stone, Rival Sons on their 2018 tour with Black Sabbath, members of The Eagles’ Band, Beck’s Band, Toto, Styx and others.
Keyboards , Guitar , Vocals
Kevin hails from the frozen musical tundra of Minneapolis. He is an Emmy® Award winning musician and a widely recognized multi instrumentalist who has done world wide tours and recorded with many music greats including John Fogerty from Creedence Clearwater Revival, Steely Dan, Boz Scaggs, Phoebe Snow, Joan Osborne, Dweezil Zappa and The Spin Doctors. As a producer he has produced multiple platinum and gold albums for several artists including the German superstar Marius Müller-Westernhagen. He received a degree in music composition from Indiana University. His connection with the music of the 1960’s runs deep. As a little boy he remembers being heartbroken when the Beatles broke up, and he swears that he’s still NOT over it!
A Long Island native Peter taught himself to play piano in his childhood. As an adult he studied classical piano at Stony Brook University and continued his education studying jazz with Andy Laverne (Frank Sinatra, Stan Getz, Woody Herman, Dizzy Gillespie, Chick Corea, Lionel Hampton, Michael Brecker, Elvin Jones) among others. His playing has been described as “True Rock & Roll” and as having a “distinct personality”. Having often served as Musical Director for select area theaters including Long Island’s BroadHollow Theatre, The Brewster Theatre Company and Musicals at Richter in Danbury, CT. He has also performed and recorded for over 20 years as an in demand player for hire with such acts as the renown 17 piece swing band The Norm Hathaway Orchestra and numerous area Rock & Roll acts.
Peter’s love and intricate understanding of 1960’s period music and arrangements combined with his great ear and meticulous attention to detail are some of the key ingredients that bring The Sixties Show’s sound to life. The Mellotrons and Moogs, the Hammond B3, Vox Continental and Farfisa organs, the Hohner, Rhodes and Wurlitzer electric pianos are all faithfully reproduced with state of the art gear and performed with the most accurate authenticity. His precise transcriptions of legendary 1960’s scores, orchestrations and arrangements are always spot on and sound just like the original recordings.
Peter also enjoys sharing his love of music with his many piano students. “They learn the masters. Bach, Beethoven and The Beatles.”