Doo-wop and oldies on tap at the Palace Theatre
It will be a night of doo-wop and oldies Sunday at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg, when Bo Wagner's Rat Pack and Johnny Angel and the Halos perform.
Wagner, who became lead singer of The Vogues in 1980, is known for his Frank Sinatra influence, and also looks to Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. for inspiration.
Pittsburgh-based oldies musicians Johnny Angel and the Halos, known for their harmonies, go back more than 30 years. Angel and the band have performed with artists such as Frankie Valli, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis and Ray Charles.
The show begins at 7 p.m. Tickets are $28 to $40. Details: 724-836-8000 or www.thepalacetheatre.org
— Kellie B. Gormly
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