Rock and Roll Hall of Fame members THE SHIRELLES are the first all-girl group of the 1960’S Rock era. Heralded as the very first female supergroup, THE SHIRELLES went on to inspire a legion of female musicians to follow. Few performers have achieved such heights, earning a place in the pop culture consciousness for over 40 years. Originators of the Girl Group sound that is beloved by the Baby Boomer generation with hits, including “Soldier Boy,” “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow,” “Dedicated To The One I Love,” and “Mama Said.” With many others recorded by hundreds of artists including The Beatles, Aretha Franklin, Eric Clapton, The Mamas and The Papas, and Smokey Robinson. THE SHIRELLES have earned their exalted place in modern music history.
With over 25 chart topping hit singles, The Lettermen established themselves without a doubt as the "most romantic" vocal singing group of the sixties. With over 200 appearances on television shows such as Dick Clark's "American Bandstand", "Shindig" and "Hulabaloo" this internationally acclaimed, clean-cut "All-American" vocal group have been entertaining audiences for over 50 years with their artistic showmanship and unique signature sound.
For well over a decade now, THE MODERN GENTLEMEN have wowed audiences worldwide as the four voices alongside Rock & Roll Icon, Frankie Valli. Individually, Landon Beard, Todd Fournier and brothers Brian and Brandon Brigham were all in-demand singers before being brought together by the legendary Frankie Valli.