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The Return of Kenny Vance

LAR Enterprises presents

The Return of Kenny Vance

STARRING
KENNY VANCE & THE PLANOTONES
LARRY CHANCE AND THE EARLS
JOHNNY TILLOTSON
JOEY DEE
CLEVELAND STILL & THE DUBS
Sunday, April 26, 2020 at 3 PM
RESCHEDULED FOR SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11 – TIME TBD
$48, $58, $68
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The Return of Kenny Vance concert planned for Sunday, April 26 has been rescheduled for Sunday, October 11. Showtime has not been established at this time.  All tickets for the original date will be honored for the October 11 performance. Once a time is confirmed, ticket holders will be notified and ticket sales will resume.
If you have a conflict with the new date, please contact the Box Office after April 1 to receive credit on a future ticketing purchase; the Box Office is closed at this time to comply with Governor Wolf’s directive to close all nonessential businesses.

Johnny Tillotson’s recording career spans five decades. He has six #1 international hits and hundreds of charted records worldwide. He has nine Top 10 hits and 15 Top 40 hits on the Billboard charts in the USA alone. His records have charted 48 times on Billboard’s Pop, Country, Adult Contemporary and Album charts. This accomplishment makes Johnny one of the top 100 recording artists of the Rock Era. Some of his biggest records include “Poetry In Motion,” “Without You,” “Talk Back Trembling Lips,” “It Keeps Right On A Hurtin,” “Send Me The Pillow You Dream On,” “You Can Never Stop Me Loving You,” “She Understands Me,” “Worry,” “Dreamy Eyes,” “Heartaches By The Number,” and many more.

Cleveland Still & The Dubs are an American doo-wop vocal group formed in 1956, best known for their songs “Could This Be Magic”, “Don’t Ask Me to Be Lonely” and “Chapel of Dreams.”


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