Larry Chance and the Earls with Lenny Coco and the Chimes take you back in time with the sounds of Doo Wop at the YMCA Boulton Center for The Performing Arts.
In 1955 Larry Chance was living in the Bronx and noticed vocal groups on every corner, so he developed his own in 1957 called the group the High-Hatters. By 1960 they had evolved into "the Earls." Drummer and 2nd tenor, Bobby Tribiuzio has been with Larry since 1963. The current lineup includes George Tuzzeo, keyboards, Bobby Coleman, bass player and vocals, Chuck Mearizo, guitar and vocals.
Larry and company have placed a number of songs on the charts including: "Life Is But a Dream," "Never," "I Believe," and the classic "Remember Then."
Lenny Coco, Rocky Marsciano (first tenor), Jimmy Russo (2nd tenor) and Tony Danno (baritone and vocal arranger) perform throughout the tri-state area with their very distinctive sound - "its like having four groups in one."
This is sure to be an evening of memorable experiences for anyone attending this show as Larry Chance shows always include audience participation as well as quite a few laughs. Please join us as we are whisked back to and era of flawless harmonies, the original doo wop era that put the street corner-society onto the national charts.
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