THE RASCALS with The Lovin’ Spoonful


Friday, Oct 06, 2023


7:30 pm


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THE RASCALS with The Lovin’ Spoonful

With special guests The Gemtones

Two legendary founders of The Rascals are together again. Felix Cavaliere and Gene Cornish cite the fans and love of their timeless songs as reasons for collaboration. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees, Grammy Hall of Fame, Vocal Group Hall of Fame and Songwriter Hall of Fame members, The Rascals are widely considered the best ‘blue-eyed soul’ group to come out of the 1960s and their music is the soundtrack of a generation. The Rascals have 17 Top 20 hits, seven Top 10 hits, and three No.1 hits that include “Groovin’, “People Got To Be Free” and “Good Lovin’.” “We’re so grateful for the fans, this is for them,” Felix Cavaliere said.


“This gives us another chance to play together and do it for the fans,” Gene Cornish said.


The Lovin Spoonful is much-loved America Rock Band of the ’60s who produced dozens of effortless gems with a unique blend of jug band, folk, blues, and rock & roll with songs such as “Do You Believe in Magic”, “Summer In The City”, “Daydream” and many more.


The Fabulous Gemtones is a Vegas style Show and Dance band, performing songs from the 60’s till present. With four dynamic singers accompanied by musicians to back them up, the Fabulous Gemtones will have you dancing in your seat all night ,while bringing back some of your fondest memories.

Tickets: $55, $65, $75, $110


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The Palace Theatre has been a major force in Westmoreland County’s cultural scene for generations. Opened September 2, 1926, as the Manos Theatre, The Palace Theatre today hosts the widest variety of live entertainment in the area in a beautifully renovated 1369-seat facility, located across from the county courthouse.