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Oct
12
Thu
2017
Touring with Joe Brown in UK
Oct 12 @ 7:30 pm – Nov 24 @ 9:00 pm
Dec
8
Fri
2017
Clearwater, FL – Ruth Eckerd Hall- Bowzer Rock ‘N Roll Party @ Ruth Eckerd Hall
Dec 8 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Apr
13
Fri
2018
Jackson, TN – Ned McWherter Art Center @ Ned McWherter Theater
Apr 13 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Dec
5
Sat
2015
Estero, FL – Brian Howe former lead singer of Bad Copany presents Canine Crusade Benefit Concert @ Canine Crusade Benefit Concert
Dec 5 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Brian Howe, former lead singer of Bad Company is organizing and performing along with special guests, Henry Gross (Shannon) and others…benefiting Have A Heart, Inc., an animal rescue organization saving lives and finding homes for dogs. Raffle, food and drink included. Tickets available: Skyes Mexican Restaurant, Ft. Myers Beach, The Pier Side Grill, Ft. Myers Beach, All Creatures Animal Hospital, Naples, Bayridge Animal Hospital, Naples, Animal Life Hospital, Naples

Limited Tickets Available

Dec
6
Sun
2015
West Palm Beach, FL – Lafayette’s @ Lafayette's
Dec 6 @ 7:00 pm

Henry Gross
Start time
7:00 pm
Tickets
Ticket Link
Best-known for the soft rock hit “Shannon,” singer/songwriter Henry Gross (born April 1, 1951) grew up in a musical family — his mother briefly performed with New York’s Metropolitan Opera Chorus, and Gross himself was playing in the city’s clubs by the time he was 14. In 1969, Gross became a founding member of the doo wop revival group Sha Na Na, performing with them at the Fillmore and Woodstock. However, Gross left the group the following year and landed a contract with ABC Dunhill Records in 1971; while his first solo outing didn’t receive much attention, Gross persevered and was ultimately signed to A&M Records by producers Cashman & West. 1973’s Henry Gross, his first album for A&M, sold well regionally and set the stage for the following year’s Plug Me into Something, which took his popularity to another level. Gross then moved to Cashman & West’s own label Lifesong for his next effort, Release, which featured the gold single “Shannon,” a song inspired by the death of Carl Wilson’s Irish Setter. Despite the popularity of Release and its singles, Gross’ follow-up, Show Me to the Stage, didn’t produce any hits. After switching to CBS, he issued Love Is the Stuff and released What’s in a Name on Capitol in 1981; he also recorded another album for the label that was never released. For several years, Gross returned to the stage, performing in a touring production of Pump Boys and Dinettes before moving to Nashville in 1986. Gross then signed a publishing deal with Pic a Lic Music, releasing I Keep on Rocking and She’s My Baby in Japan and Europe. By the ’90s, Gross had his own label, Zelda Records, where he released albums like 1993’s Nothing but Dreams. He also had a thriving career as a songwriter, penning the Blackhawk hit “Big Guitar” with the band’s Henry Paul, as well as writing songs for Ronnie Milsap, Sonny Burgess, Cindy Lauper, Judy Collins, and Mary Travers. ~ Heather Phares

Dec
11
Fri
2015
Clearwater, FL – Ruth Eckerd Hall Presents Bowzer’s Oldies Show Holiday Party @ Ruth Eckerd Hall
Dec 11 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

The 9th Annual Bowzer’s Rock ‘N’ Roll Holiday Party hosted by Jon “Bowzer” Bauman returns to Ruth Eckerd Hall. Herman’s Hermits Starring Peter Noone (Henry the Eighth, I Am), Gary “U.S.” Bonds (Quarter to Three), Freddy “Boom Boom” Cannon (Palisades Park), Joey Dee (Peppermint Twist), Bowzer & The Stingrays and Rocky & The Rollers along with a special Sha Na Na Reunion with Bowzer, Johnny Contardo, and Henry Gross (Shannon). VIP reception available.

*$125 Dinner Package includes a premium seat, pre-show dinner and a voucher for free valet parking. Valet service begins 15 minutes before pre-show dinner doors open. Artist does not appear at Dinner.

**$113.75 VIP ticket includes a post-show meet & greet.

Dec
13
Sun
2015
West Palm Beach, FL – Lafayette’s @ Lafayette's
Dec 13 @ 7:00 pm

Henry Gross
Start time
7:00 pm
Tickets
Ticket Link
Best-known for the soft rock hit “Shannon,” singer/songwriter Henry Gross (born April 1, 1951) grew up in a musical family — his mother briefly performed with New York’s Metropolitan Opera Chorus, and Gross himself was playing in the city’s clubs by the time he was 14. In 1969, Gross became a founding member of the doo wop revival group Sha Na Na, performing with them at the Fillmore and Woodstock. However, Gross left the group the following year and landed a contract with ABC Dunhill Records in 1971; while his first solo outing didn’t receive much attention, Gross persevered and was ultimately signed to A&M Records by producers Cashman & West. 1973’s Henry Gross, his first album for A&M, sold well regionally and set the stage for the following year’s Plug Me into Something, which took his popularity to another level. Gross then moved to Cashman & West’s own label Lifesong for his next effort, Release, which featured the gold single “Shannon,” a song inspired by the death of Carl Wilson’s Irish Setter. Despite the popularity of Release and its singles, Gross’ follow-up, Show Me to the Stage, didn’t produce any hits. After switching to CBS, he issued Love Is the Stuff and released What’s in a Name on Capitol in 1981; he also recorded another album for the label that was never released. For several years, Gross returned to the stage, performing in a touring production of Pump Boys and Dinettes before moving to Nashville in 1986. Gross then signed a publishing deal with Pic a Lic Music, releasing I Keep on Rocking and She’s My Baby in Japan and Europe. By the ’90s, Gross had his own label, Zelda Records, where he released albums like 1993’s Nothing but Dreams. He also had a thriving career as a songwriter, penning the Blackhawk hit “Big Guitar” with the band’s Henry Paul, as well as writing songs for Ronnie Milsap, Sonny Burgess, Cindy Lauper, Judy Collins, and Mary Travers. ~ Heather Phares

Dec
20
Sun
2015
West Palm Beach, FL – Lafayette’s @ Lafayette's
Dec 20 @ 7:00 pm

Henry Gross
Start time
7:00 pm
Tickets
Ticket Link
Best-known for the soft rock hit “Shannon,” singer/songwriter Henry Gross (born April 1, 1951) grew up in a musical family — his mother briefly performed with New York’s Metropolitan Opera Chorus, and Gross himself was playing in the city’s clubs by the time he was 14. In 1969, Gross became a founding member of the doo wop revival group Sha Na Na, performing with them at the Fillmore and Woodstock. However, Gross left the group the following year and landed a contract with ABC Dunhill Records in 1971; while his first solo outing didn’t receive much attention, Gross persevered and was ultimately signed to A&M Records by producers Cashman & West. 1973’s Henry Gross, his first album for A&M, sold well regionally and set the stage for the following year’s Plug Me into Something, which took his popularity to another level. Gross then moved to Cashman & West’s own label Lifesong for his next effort, Release, which featured the gold single “Shannon,” a song inspired by the death of Carl Wilson’s Irish Setter. Despite the popularity of Release and its singles, Gross’ follow-up, Show Me to the Stage, didn’t produce any hits. After switching to CBS, he issued Love Is the Stuff and released What’s in a Name on Capitol in 1981; he also recorded another album for the label that was never released. For several years, Gross returned to the stage, performing in a touring production of Pump Boys and Dinettes before moving to Nashville in 1986. Gross then signed a publishing deal with Pic a Lic Music, releasing I Keep on Rocking and She’s My Baby in Japan and Europe. By the ’90s, Gross had his own label, Zelda Records, where he released albums like 1993’s Nothing but Dreams. He also had a thriving career as a songwriter, penning the Blackhawk hit “Big Guitar” with the band’s Henry Paul, as well as writing songs for Ronnie Milsap, Sonny Burgess, Cindy Lauper, Judy Collins, and Mary Travers. ~ Heather Phares

Dec
27
Sun
2015
West Palm Beach, FL – Lafayette’s @ Lafayette's
Dec 27 @ 7:00 pm

Henry Gross
Start time
7:00 pm
Tickets
Ticket Link
Best-known for the soft rock hit “Shannon,” singer/songwriter Henry Gross (born April 1, 1951) grew up in a musical family — his mother briefly performed with New York’s Metropolitan Opera Chorus, and Gross himself was playing in the city’s clubs by the time he was 14. In 1969, Gross became a founding member of the doo wop revival group Sha Na Na, performing with them at the Fillmore and Woodstock. However, Gross left the group the following year and landed a contract with ABC Dunhill Records in 1971; while his first solo outing didn’t receive much attention, Gross persevered and was ultimately signed to A&M Records by producers Cashman & West. 1973’s Henry Gross, his first album for A&M, sold well regionally and set the stage for the following year’s Plug Me into Something, which took his popularity to another level. Gross then moved to Cashman & West’s own label Lifesong for his next effort, Release, which featured the gold single “Shannon,” a song inspired by the death of Carl Wilson’s Irish Setter. Despite the popularity of Release and its singles, Gross’ follow-up, Show Me to the Stage, didn’t produce any hits. After switching to CBS, he issued Love Is the Stuff and released What’s in a Name on Capitol in 1981; he also recorded another album for the label that was never released. For several years, Gross returned to the stage, performing in a touring production of Pump Boys and Dinettes before moving to Nashville in 1986. Gross then signed a publishing deal with Pic a Lic Music, releasing I Keep on Rocking and She’s My Baby in Japan and Europe. By the ’90s, Gross had his own label, Zelda Records, where he released albums like 1993’s Nothing but Dreams. He also had a thriving career as a songwriter, penning the Blackhawk hit “Big Guitar” with the band’s Henry Paul, as well as writing songs for Ronnie Milsap, Sonny Burgess, Cindy Lauper, Judy Collins, and Mary Travers. ~ Heather Phares

Jan
3
Sun
2016
West Palm Beach, FL – Lafayette’s @ Lafayette's
Jan 3 @ 7:00 pm

Henry Gross
Start time
7:00 pm
Tickets
Ticket Link
Best-known for the soft rock hit “Shannon,” singer/songwriter Henry Gross (born April 1, 1951) grew up in a musical family — his mother briefly performed with New York’s Metropolitan Opera Chorus, and Gross himself was playing in the city’s clubs by the time he was 14. In 1969, Gross became a founding member of the doo wop revival group Sha Na Na, performing with them at the Fillmore and Woodstock. However, Gross left the group the following year and landed a contract with ABC Dunhill Records in 1971; while his first solo outing didn’t receive much attention, Gross persevered and was ultimately signed to A&M Records by producers Cashman & West. 1973’s Henry Gross, his first album for A&M, sold well regionally and set the stage for the following year’s Plug Me into Something, which took his popularity to another level. Gross then moved to Cashman & West’s own label Lifesong for his next effort, Release, which featured the gold single “Shannon,” a song inspired by the death of Carl Wilson’s Irish Setter. Despite the popularity of Release and its singles, Gross’ follow-up, Show Me to the Stage, didn’t produce any hits. After switching to CBS, he issued Love Is the Stuff and released What’s in a Name on Capitol in 1981; he also recorded another album for the label that was never released. For several years, Gross returned to the stage, performing in a touring production of Pump Boys and Dinettes before moving to Nashville in 1986. Gross then signed a publishing deal with Pic a Lic Music, releasing I Keep on Rocking and She’s My Baby in Japan and Europe. By the ’90s, Gross had his own label, Zelda Records, where he released albums like 1993’s Nothing but Dreams. He also had a thriving career as a songwriter, penning the Blackhawk hit “Big Guitar” with the band’s Henry Paul, as well as writing songs for Ronnie Milsap, Sonny Burgess, Cindy Lauper, Judy Collins, and Mary Travers. ~ Heather Phares

Jan
10
Sun
2016
West Palm Beach, FL – Lafayette’s @ Lafayette's
Jan 10 @ 7:00 pm

Henry Gross
Start time
7:00 pm
Tickets
Ticket Link
Best-known for the soft rock hit “Shannon,” singer/songwriter Henry Gross (born April 1, 1951) grew up in a musical family — his mother briefly performed with New York’s Metropolitan Opera Chorus, and Gross himself was playing in the city’s clubs by the time he was 14. In 1969, Gross became a founding member of the doo wop revival group Sha Na Na, performing with them at the Fillmore and Woodstock. However, Gross left the group the following year and landed a contract with ABC Dunhill Records in 1971; while his first solo outing didn’t receive much attention, Gross persevered and was ultimately signed to A&M Records by producers Cashman & West. 1973’s Henry Gross, his first album for A&M, sold well regionally and set the stage for the following year’s Plug Me into Something, which took his popularity to another level. Gross then moved to Cashman & West’s own label Lifesong for his next effort, Release, which featured the gold single “Shannon,” a song inspired by the death of Carl Wilson’s Irish Setter. Despite the popularity of Release and its singles, Gross’ follow-up, Show Me to the Stage, didn’t produce any hits. After switching to CBS, he issued Love Is the Stuff and released What’s in a Name on Capitol in 1981; he also recorded another album for the label that was never released. For several years, Gross returned to the stage, performing in a touring production of Pump Boys and Dinettes before moving to Nashville in 1986. Gross then signed a publishing deal with Pic a Lic Music, releasing I Keep on Rocking and She’s My Baby in Japan and Europe. By the ’90s, Gross had his own label, Zelda Records, where he released albums like 1993’s Nothing but Dreams. He also had a thriving career as a songwriter, penning the Blackhawk hit “Big Guitar” with the band’s Henry Paul, as well as writing songs for Ronnie Milsap, Sonny Burgess, Cindy Lauper, Judy Collins, and Mary Travers. ~ Heather Phares

Jan
17
Sun
2016
West Palm Beach, FL – Lafayette’s @ Lafayette's
Jan 17 @ 7:00 pm

Henry Gross
Start time
7:00 pm
Tickets
Ticket Link
Best-known for the soft rock hit “Shannon,” singer/songwriter Henry Gross (born April 1, 1951) grew up in a musical family — his mother briefly performed with New York’s Metropolitan Opera Chorus, and Gross himself was playing in the city’s clubs by the time he was 14. In 1969, Gross became a founding member of the doo wop revival group Sha Na Na, performing with them at the Fillmore and Woodstock. However, Gross left the group the following year and landed a contract with ABC Dunhill Records in 1971; while his first solo outing didn’t receive much attention, Gross persevered and was ultimately signed to A&M Records by producers Cashman & West. 1973’s Henry Gross, his first album for A&M, sold well regionally and set the stage for the following year’s Plug Me into Something, which took his popularity to another level. Gross then moved to Cashman & West’s own label Lifesong for his next effort, Release, which featured the gold single “Shannon,” a song inspired by the death of Carl Wilson’s Irish Setter. Despite the popularity of Release and its singles, Gross’ follow-up, Show Me to the Stage, didn’t produce any hits. After switching to CBS, he issued Love Is the Stuff and released What’s in a Name on Capitol in 1981; he also recorded another album for the label that was never released. For several years, Gross returned to the stage, performing in a touring production of Pump Boys and Dinettes before moving to Nashville in 1986. Gross then signed a publishing deal with Pic a Lic Music, releasing I Keep on Rocking and She’s My Baby in Japan and Europe. By the ’90s, Gross had his own label, Zelda Records, where he released albums like 1993’s Nothing but Dreams. He also had a thriving career as a songwriter, penning the Blackhawk hit “Big Guitar” with the band’s Henry Paul, as well as writing songs for Ronnie Milsap, Sonny Burgess, Cindy Lauper, Judy Collins, and Mary Travers. ~ Heather Phares

Jan
24
Sun
2016
West Palm Beach, FL – Lafayette’s @ Lafayette's
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm

Henry Gross
Start time
7:00 pm
Tickets
Ticket Link
Best-known for the soft rock hit “Shannon,” singer/songwriter Henry Gross (born April 1, 1951) grew up in a musical family — his mother briefly performed with New York’s Metropolitan Opera Chorus, and Gross himself was playing in the city’s clubs by the time he was 14. In 1969, Gross became a founding member of the doo wop revival group Sha Na Na, performing with them at the Fillmore and Woodstock. However, Gross left the group the following year and landed a contract with ABC Dunhill Records in 1971; while his first solo outing didn’t receive much attention, Gross persevered and was ultimately signed to A&M Records by producers Cashman & West. 1973’s Henry Gross, his first album for A&M, sold well regionally and set the stage for the following year’s Plug Me into Something, which took his popularity to another level. Gross then moved to Cashman & West’s own label Lifesong for his next effort, Release, which featured the gold single “Shannon,” a song inspired by the death of Carl Wilson’s Irish Setter. Despite the popularity of Release and its singles, Gross’ follow-up, Show Me to the Stage, didn’t produce any hits. After switching to CBS, he issued Love Is the Stuff and released What’s in a Name on Capitol in 1981; he also recorded another album for the label that was never released. For several years, Gross returned to the stage, performing in a touring production of Pump Boys and Dinettes before moving to Nashville in 1986. Gross then signed a publishing deal with Pic a Lic Music, releasing I Keep on Rocking and She’s My Baby in Japan and Europe. By the ’90s, Gross had his own label, Zelda Records, where he released albums like 1993’s Nothing but Dreams. He also had a thriving career as a songwriter, penning the Blackhawk hit “Big Guitar” with the band’s Henry Paul, as well as writing songs for Ronnie Milsap, Sonny Burgess, Cindy Lauper, Judy Collins, and Mary Travers. ~ Heather Phares

Jan
31
Sun
2016
West Palm Beach, FL – Lafayette’s @ Lafayette's
Jan 31 @ 7:00 pm

Henry Gross
Start time
7:00 pm
Tickets
Ticket Link
Best-known for the soft rock hit “Shannon,” singer/songwriter Henry Gross (born April 1, 1951) grew up in a musical family — his mother briefly performed with New York’s Metropolitan Opera Chorus, and Gross himself was playing in the city’s clubs by the time he was 14. In 1969, Gross became a founding member of the doo wop revival group Sha Na Na, performing with them at the Fillmore and Woodstock. However, Gross left the group the following year and landed a contract with ABC Dunhill Records in 1971; while his first solo outing didn’t receive much attention, Gross persevered and was ultimately signed to A&M Records by producers Cashman & West. 1973’s Henry Gross, his first album for A&M, sold well regionally and set the stage for the following year’s Plug Me into Something, which took his popularity to another level. Gross then moved to Cashman & West’s own label Lifesong for his next effort, Release, which featured the gold single “Shannon,” a song inspired by the death of Carl Wilson’s Irish Setter. Despite the popularity of Release and its singles, Gross’ follow-up, Show Me to the Stage, didn’t produce any hits. After switching to CBS, he issued Love Is the Stuff and released What’s in a Name on Capitol in 1981; he also recorded another album for the label that was never released. For several years, Gross returned to the stage, performing in a touring production of Pump Boys and Dinettes before moving to Nashville in 1986. Gross then signed a publishing deal with Pic a Lic Music, releasing I Keep on Rocking and She’s My Baby in Japan and Europe. By the ’90s, Gross had his own label, Zelda Records, where he released albums like 1993’s Nothing but Dreams. He also had a thriving career as a songwriter, penning the Blackhawk hit “Big Guitar” with the band’s Henry Paul, as well as writing songs for Ronnie Milsap, Sonny Burgess, Cindy Lauper, Judy Collins, and Mary Travers. ~ Heather Phares

Mar
2
Wed
2016
Palm Beach Gardens, FL – Eissey Campus Theater Presents Richard Nader’s Doo Wop and Rock N’ Roll @ Eissey Campus Theater
Mar 2 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

This all-star line-up of Rock ‘N’ Roll legends includes JAY SIEGEL AND THE TOKENS who recorded “The Lion Sleeps Tonight,” “Portrait Of My Love,” and “Tonight I Fell In Love”. Siegel still performs in the same key to the delight of audience members. LENNY WELCH, a sophisticated crooner, was reared in Asbury Park, NJ. Welch’s Billboard hits include “Since I Fell For You,” “Ebb Tide,” and “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do,” and “You Don’t Know Me”. The Youngest performer at the Woodstock Festival, HENRY GROSS will perform “At The Hop,” “Rock And Roll Is Here To Stay,” and other songs from the 60’s, along with his gold record hit “Shannon.” Gross is a founder and original member of the group SHA NA NA. THE CRESTS STARRING TOMMY MARA will sing “16 Candles,” “Cara Mia,” and “Trouble In Paradise” along with other classic 60’s hits . Johnny Maestro dubbed his best friend Tommy Mara as the Pavarotti of Doo Wop. Stroll down memory lane with these gold record artists.

Mar
3
Thu
2016
Ft. Myers, FL – Barbara Mann PAC Richard Nader’s Doo Wop and Rock N’ Roll @ Barbara Mann Performing Arts Center
Mar 3 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

This all-star line-up of Rock ‘N’ Roll legends includes JAY SIEGEL AND THE TOKENS who recorded “The Lion Sleeps Tonight,” “Portrait Of My Love,” and “Tonight I Fell In Love”. Siegel still performs in the same key to the delight of audience members. LENNY WELCH, a sophisticated crooner, was reared in Asbury Park, NJ. Welch’s Billboard hits include “Since I Fell For You,” “Ebb Tide,” and “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do,” and “You Don’t Know Me”. The Youngest performer at the Woodstock Festival, HENRY GROSS will perform “At The Hop,” “Rock And Roll Is Here To Stay,” and other songs from the 60’s, along with his gold record hit “Shannon.” Gross is a founder and original member of the group SHA NA NA. THE CRESTS STARRING TOMMY MARA will sing “16 Candles,” “Cara Mia,” and “Trouble In Paradise” along with other classic 60’s hits . Johnny Maestro dubbed his best friend Tommy Mara as the Pavarotti of Doo Wop. Stroll down memory lane with these gold record artists.

Mar
17
Thu
2016
Ft. Pierce, FL – Sunrise Theater presents Richard Nader’s Doo Wop and Rock ‘n’ Roll @ Sunrise Theater
Mar 17 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Featuring: Lenny Welch, Cleveland Still and the Dubs, Henry Gross, Ladd Vance and The Crests

This all-star line-up of Rock ‘N’ Roll legends includes LENNY WELCH, a sophisticated crooner reared in Asbury Park, NJ. Welch’s Billboard hits include Since I Fell For You, Ebb Tide, Breaking Up Is Hard To Do, and You Don’t Know Me. CLEVELAND STILL AND THE DUBS originated in the Bronx and is best known for their songs Could This Be Magic, Don’t Ask Me To Be Lonely, and Chapel of Dreams.

The youngest performer at the Woodstock Festival, HENRY GROSS will perform At The Hop, Rock And Roll Is Here To Stay, and other hits from the 60’s, along with his gold record hit Shannon. Gross is a founder and original member of the group SHA NA NA. THE CRESTS STARRING TOMMY MARA songs include 16 Candles, Cara Mia, The Angels Listened In, and Step By Step. Johnny Maestro dubbed his best friend Tommy Mara as the Pavarotti of Doo Wop. Special guest LADD VANCE, son of Kenny Vance and The Planotones will sing other “oldies but goodies” from the 60’s. Stroll down memory lane with these gold record artists.

Enjoy a Night of Malt Shop Memories and Doo-Wop!

 

 

Mar
18
Fri
2016
Evans GA (near Augusta, GA) – One Hit Wanderer @ Jabez Sanford Hardin Performing Arts Center
Mar 18 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Jun
1
Wed
2016
Redbones, Jackson, TN @ Redbones
Jun 1 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Jun
3
Fri
2016
Sha Na Na Reunion – NYC – Private
Jun 3 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Jun
12
Sun
2016
Overton Square – Memphis, TN @ Lafayette's Music Room
Jun 12 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Jul
9
Sat
2016
The Red Dragon, Baton Rouge, LA @ The Red Dragon
Jul 9 @ 6:33 pm – 7:33 pm
Jul
14
Thu
2016
Waterfest – Oshkosh, WI @ Leach Amphitheater
Jul 14 @ 6:10 pm – 7:10 pm
Jul
21
Thu
2016
Portsmouth, OH @ Port City Cafe
Jul 21 @ 6:45 pm – 7:45 pm

Benefit for Humane Association – info to follow

Jul
23
Sat
2016
Richmond, VA with Peter Noone – Cancelled – see below @ Henrico Theatre
Jul 23 @ 6:38 pm – 7:38 pm

I have just been informed I will NOT be performing on the scheduled July 23rd show with Peter Noone in Richmond VA but will be playing That same Henrico theater in December with John Sebastian on a date TBA instead. If you purchased tickets to see me on this show you can call the Henrico Theater box office for a refund. I apologize for any inconvenience especially if you made travel plans. I only heard about this minutes ago and assure you it was NOT my intention to cancel.

Aug
25
Thu
2016
Rocky and The Rollers Lead Singers of Pop and Rock- The Villages, FL @ The Savannah Center
Aug 25 @ 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Rocky’s Original Lead Singers Of Pop and Rock.
Showtimes are 5:00 PM and 8:00 PM. Featuring Henry Grosss, Ron Dante, Joey Dee, Jim Gold and Johnny Farina

Sep
3
Sat
2016
Fort Myers, FL -Private
Sep 3 @ 4:37 pm – 5:37 pm
Sep
10
Sat
2016
One Hit Wanderer – Tucson, AZ –
Sep 10 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Oct
7
Fri
2016
Touring with Joe Brown in the UK
Oct 7 @ 7:00 pm – Dec 2 @ 7:00 pm

Joe Brown Solo – For The First Time Ever…
Joe Brown MBE is unique, a genuine one off. With a history that spans music hall, skiffle, Rock ‘N’ Roll, Theatre, Films, TV, Radio and even Circus (his Grandfather performed with Buffalo Bill), there aren’t many that can claim such an entertaining background. He is one the very few to have successfully traversed the years and the genres and still be contemporary.
A real survivor and a mega musical talent, the musician’s musician Joe Brown has seen it all and, as his fans can testify, his tales of life on the road are, quite simply, hilarious. He has stories and jokes – and he knows how to tell ‘em.
So now for a real treat and, for the first time ever… Just Joe, the man by himself, uncut, solo, uncensored, an audience with. JUST JOE will see Joe talk about his early days, growing up in a pub in London’s East End, discovering Skiffle, becoming a Rock ‘N’ Roll pioneer and touring with the likes of Eddie Cochran, Billy Fury and Gene Vincent before headlining shows with The Beatles as opening act. The heady days of Rock ‘N’ Roll will be laid bare and the evening promises to be an intimate glimpse into the hectic world of one of Britain’s most enduring and best loved performers.
This show however will not only be stories and anecdotes it will feature a lot of music, aided and abetted by his old friend Henry Gross, Joe will play many a song and do what he does better than almost anyone else – entertain with a capital E.
US born Henry Gross is no stranger to the stage either. A superlative guitarist, he founded the chart-topping group Sha Na Na and was the youngest musician to play Woodstock. Subsequently he built a significant solo career and regularly performs ‘Shannon’, his self-penned No 1 world-wide hit.
Joe commands a stage like no other. His musical skills are legend, his repartee renowned. Indeed, Joe Brown – up close and personal -what could be more entertaining and what could be more of a treat!

Dec
23
Fri
2016
Overton Square – Memphis, TN @ Lafayette's Music Room
Dec 23 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Jan
15
Sun
2017
Tampa, FL – Dr. John and the Nite Trippers @ The Capitol Theater
Jan 15 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Feb
6
Mon
2017
The Villages, Florida – The Orchestra – Electric Light Orchestra Former Members @ Savannah Center
Feb 6 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Feb
18
Sat
2017
CANCELLED – Estero, FL – The Rock Pack @ Germain Arena
Feb 18 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Mar
11
Sat
2017
Datona Beach, FL – The RockPack – Bike Week @ Ocean Center
Mar 11 @ 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Mar
12
Sun
2017
Datona Beach, FL – The RockPack – Bike Week @ Ocean Center
Mar 12 @ 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Mar
13
Mon
2017
Datona Beach, FL – The RockPack – Bike Week @ Ocean Center
Mar 13 @ 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Jun
11
Sun
2017
Rossmoor, Walnut Creek, CA – One Hit Wanderer – Private @ Rossmoor Walnut Creek
Jun 11 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Jun
29
Thu
2017
Redbones, Jackson, TN @ Redbones
Jun 29 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Jul
12
Wed
2017
Portsmouth, OH @ Port City Cafe
Jul 12 @ 6:45 pm – 7:45 pm

Benefit for Humane Association – info to follow

Jul
16
Sun
2017
Lafayette’s Music Room – Memphis, TN @ Lafayette's Music Room
Jul 16 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Oct
12
Thu
2017
Touring with Joe Brown in UK
Oct 12 @ 7:30 pm – Nov 24 @ 9:00 pm
Dec
8
Fri
2017
Clearwater, FL – Ruth Eckerd Hall- Bowzer Rock ‘N Roll Party @ Ruth Eckerd Hall
Dec 8 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Apr
13
Fri
2018
Jackson, TN – Ned McWherter Art Center @ Ned McWherter Theater
Apr 13 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm