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Oh, Boy! Buddy Holly and the 1950s!

On Friday, October 9th, The Rivers Rockabilly Trio will be performing their new show "BUDDY HOLLY'S ROCK'N'ROLL" at The Colonial Theatre.
Experience the 1950's like never before with the all new multimedia stage show that celebrates the life and the music of Rock-N-Roll legend, Buddy Holly, and the performers that inspired him.

The Rivers Rockabilly Trio is one of the top 1950s bands touring the East Coast, with a mission to perform the great songs that changed history; Rock Around the Clock, Blue Suede Shoes, Maybellene, Heartbreak Hotel, Summertime Blues, Wake Up Little Susie, and, of course, the songs of the great Buddy Holly.

Edward Marra, Buddy Holly look-a-like, has thrilled audiences for years with his incredibly accurate depiction of Buddy Holly. He is one of only a few performers authorized by Maria Elena Holly and has played the original Crickets!

Tickets $22 in advance and $25 at the door. Advance purchase for this show is highly recommended!

Tickets can be purchased in advance online at Ticket Leap (no extra fees)
https://therivers.ticketleap.com/OH-BOY--Buddy-Holly-and-the-1950s--10-09-2009-08-00 or at the Colonial Theatre.

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