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                OCT 26 - LANGLEY, BC                         OCT 28 - LADNER, BC
Summit Theatre - Cascades Casino                   Genesis Theatre
               Call 604.530.2211 For Tickets            Call 604.507.6355 For Tickets

 


 



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NOV 11 - COQUITLAM, BC
Hard Rock Casino
Call 1.855.985.5000 For Tickets
Buy In Person at the Casino Retail Store
or Online at www.TicketMaster.ca

NOV 12 - DUNCAN, BC
Cowichan Theatre
Call 250.748.7529 For Tickets
Buy In Person at the Centre Box Office
or Online at www.Cowichanpac.ca

NOV 13 - VICTORIA, BC
McPherson Playhouse
Call 250.386.6121 For Tickets
Buy In Person at McPherson or Royal Theatres
or Online at www.rmts.bc.ca

NOV 14 - NANAIMO, BC
Port Theatre
Call 250.754.8550 For Tickets
Buy In Person at the Theatre Box Office
or Online at www.PortTheatre.com

 


 

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NOV 30 - LANGLEY
Summit Theatre / Cascades Casino
Call 604.530.2211 For Tickets

DEC 3 - CHILLIWACK
Cultural Centre
Call 604.391.7469 For Tickets

 


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A Rock'n'Roll Christmas
with

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 On December 4th, 1956 an event occurred that was to become music
legend. A jam session started at Sam Phillips' Sun Records
Recording
Studio that featured Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash,
Jerry Lee Lewis and Elvis Presley.

    The jam session seems to have happened by pure chance when
    all of these Sun recording artists dropped by to give Sam Phillips a
      holiday visit on that same day. When Elvis wandered over to the
  piano and started playing a seasonal song… the others
  joined in and the jam session began.

    Cowboy Jack Clement was the sound  engineer  that day and
      remembers saying to himself "I think I'd be remiss not to record
      this" and so he did and the rest is history. After running through a
       number of songs, Elvis and girlfriend Linda Evans slipped out as
        Jerry Lee pounded away on the piano. Cash claims in his auto-
        biography that "no one wanted to follow Jerry Lee, not even
      Elvis." During the session Phillips spotted an opportunity for
         some publicity and called a local newspaper and the
  entertainment editor, came over accompanied by a photographer.

   The following day, an article about the session, was published
     under the title "Million Dollar Quartet." The article contained
     the now-famous photograph of Elvis seated at the piano
     surrounded by Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash.
        he recordings of this event are now collector’s items
   and the fame and celebrity of the “Million Dollar Quartet”
      has since become world-wide

The Killer, Cash and the King: The Sun Records Superstars
 pays tribute to these legendary Sun Records recording artist’s
   music  from that original night as well as many other songs by
    Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley that have stood
    the test of time… 90 minutes of rockabilly, country and pure
       1950’s rock and roll portrayed by the world's best tribute artists
            and played the way it is supposed to be played.

DEC 7 - MAPLE RIDGE, BC
The ACT Theatre
Call 604.476.2787 For Tickets

DEC 8 - LADNER, BC
Genesis Theatre
Call 604.507.6355 For Tickets

DEC 9 - NEW WEST, BC
Massey Theatre
Call 604.521.5050 For Tickets

DEC 10 - WEST VAN, BC
Kay Meek Centre
Call 604.981.6335 For Tickets

DEC 11 - CAMPBELL RIVER, BC
Tidemark Theatre
Call 250.287.7465 For Tickets

DEC 12 - DUNCAN, BC
Cowichan Theatre
Call 250.748.7529 For Tickets

DEC 13 - VICTORIA, BC
McPherson Playhouse
Call 250.386.6121 For Tickets


NEW YEAR'S EVE at the GATEWAY...
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TSUNDAY, DEC 31 - RICHMOND, BC
7pm - Gateway Theatre


Zachary Stevenson from "THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY" returns to the stage
in concert as Buddy Holly… and he is joined by the headline performers from the hit
production "MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET"… Steven Greenfield as Jerry
Lee Lewis, Jonas Shandel as Johnny Cash and Ben Klein as Young Elvis Presley.

This is a musical pairing that could have happened, but never did… until now.
Zachary Stevenson brings Buddy Holly to life like no other. He not only duplicates
Holly's sound, gestures and mannerisms, but actually resembles Holly in physical
appearance, down to that cocky, self-assured grin.

Steven Greenfield as Jerry Lee Lewis, plays the piano every which-way… seated,
standing, on top and backwards, with his hands and with his feet. He romances
that piano like a like a guy with a serious case of the blues, then thrashes it like a
prizefighter with a grudge. It’s a wonder both Greenfield and the piano don’t
self-destruct in "great balls of fire."

Jonas Shandel looks a lot like Cash and has that same deep, deep voice
as he massages the heck out of songs like "Fulsome Prison Blues", "Ghost Riders"
and "Sixteen Tons". Ben Klein as Elvis has the looks, the voice and the moves
with his sincere and pin-point tribute to the King of rock’n’Roll.

Buddy Holly and his Million Dollar Friends is a fun-filled, toe tapping
evening of good old rock & roll music played the way it is supposed to be played.
As Sam Phillips – the so-called "Father of Rock and Roll" – said, "Rock and Roll
ain’t a fad; it’s a revolution". And this New Year’s Eve you’ll join a houseful of
‘revolutionaries’ on their feet doin’ a whole lot of shakin’ and movin’ as the
curtain falls in Richmond.

 


COMING in JANUARY 2018!

TICKETS ON SALE SOON!

JAN 20 - COQUITLAM, BC
Hard Rock Casino
Call 1.855.985.5000 For Tickets

JAN 21 - NANAIMO, BC
Port Theatre
Call 250.754.8550 For Tickets

JAN 22 - COURTENAY, BC
Sid Williams Theatre
Call 250.338.2430 For Tickets


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