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WHO ARE THEY: As one of the final doo wop groups to make a name for themselves in the early ’60s, The Duprees scored a string of hits with their big band arrangements of pop standards. The height of their career came in 1962 and 1963 when they had hits with “You Belong to Me,” “My Own True Love,” “Have you Heard” and “Why Don’t You Believe Me.” When the British Invasion hit the Duprees were relegated to the oldies circuit.

WHAT TO EXPECT: The Duprees began their career as musicians singing on the street corners of Jersey City, went on to record classic hits in the early 1960s and have remained a successful touring act ever since. Their romantic style and feel-good show has kept fans coming back time and again for over 50 years. Concertgoers can expect to hear an extensive set list filled with upbeat oldies such as “You Belong to Me,” “My Own True Love,” “Gone with the Wind,” “Take Me As I Am” and “Have you Heard.” For those looking for a chance to reminisce, this show is a perfect opportunity.


SHOW INFO: Tickets are $39.

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