The Temptations Legends in Concert 202-369-1063

Live from Branson, Missouri, enjoy this amazing medley (Some Enchanted Evening, My Girl, and I Can’t Get Next To You) by the one and only Nate Evans!

As Dennis Edwards has retired, Nate Evans, with his Temptations Revue, is the ONLY RECOGNIZED ORIGINAL TEMPTATIONS member in the world, besides Otis Williams, who heads up a tribute group that exemplifies the integrity of the original Temptations music, dance moves, and style!
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SUBSCRIBE! Enjoy The Blues Brothers performing “Everybody Needs Somebody” and “Soul Man”, at Legends in Concert in Branson, Missouri. For tickets call 1-800-407-9780 or visit us at
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Legends Of Country Guitar – Legends In Concert

Legends Of Country Guitar - Legends In Concert

This is the performance to watch, to see country guitar at it’s greatest. Featuring great country guitar legends such as Freddy Fender, Jimmy Dean, the Osmond Brothers, Boxcar Willie, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and more!
The show was recorded live at the Church Street Station

1. Long Hard Road – Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
2. Ruby – Mel Tillis
3. Redneck Girl – The Bellamy Brothers
4. Warp Speed – Skip Devil
5. Bad Bob’s – Earl Thomas Conley
6. Colinda – Frenchie Burke
7. Hank Williams Medley – Boxcar Willie
8. High Horse – Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
9. He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother – The Osmonds
10. Duelin’ Bangos – Skip Devil
11. El Paso – Johnny Robins
12. Deck of Cards – Tex Williams
13. Singin’ The Blues – Gail Davies
14. Big John – Jimmy Dean
15. Great Balls of Fire – Rex Allen Jr.
16. Dealin’ with the Devil – Eddie Raven
17. Rockin’ in Rosalie’s Boat – Nick Nixon
18. Blaze of Glory – Razzy Bailey
19. Whisky River – Freddy Fender

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A 45 minute selection of Frank Sinatra’s finest songs, written by some of the world’s most influential songwriters, including such hits as ‘High Hopes’ and ‘Old Man River’ all drawn from television appearances spanning in his heyday period, from the 40s to the 50s.

1. Stardust
2. Ol’ Man River
3. When You’re Smiling
4. I’ll Never Smile Again
5. Last Night When We Were Young
6. Witchcraft
7. High Hopes
8. Gone With The Wind
9. Too Marvellous For Words
10. I See Your Face Before Me
11. Talk To Me
12. Hello, Young Lovers
13. Luck Be A Lady
14. Angel Eyes
15. That Old Black Magic
16. You Make Me Feel So Young
17. The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else (Feat. Dean Martin)

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The Temptations | Legends in Concert | Branson Missouri

SUBSCRIBE! Enjoy this amazing medley by the one and only Temptations! Watch and listen as they perform Some Enchanted Evening, My Girl and I Can’t Get Next To You.

See The Temptations LIVE in Branson, Missour at Legends in Concert!

For tickets call 1-800-407-9780 or visit us at

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Legends in Concert Myrtle Beach

Legends in Concert Myrtle Beach

Legends in Concert features some of the best tribute artists in the business and is a huge hit show in Myrtle Beach.

They feature acts like The Blues Brothers, Elvis, Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin and so many more. Check out our interviews with Elvis and The Blues Brothers and hear what they have to say about their exciting lineup.
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A compilation of your favourite Male Vocalists from yesteryear. An amazing selection of songs by artists such as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Nat King Cole and more. Sit back and unwind to their Velvet Voices.

1. I Left My Heart in San Francisco – Tony Bennett
2. Sway – Perry Como
3. For Somebody Else – Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin
4. Mona Lisa – Nat King Cole
5. Sloop John B – Roger Whittaker
6. Lullaby of Broadway – Tony Bennett
7. Too Marvellous for Words – Frank Sinatra
8. That’s Amore – Dean Martin
9. Solitaire – Neil Sedaka
10. Papa Loves Mambo – Perry Como
11. Witchcraft – Frank Sinatra
12. All of My Life – Roger Whittaker
13. Everybody Loves Somebody – Dean Martin
14. Route 66 – Nat King Cole
15. It Don’t Mean a Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing – Tony Bennett
16. Blackbird Bye Bye – Dean Martin
17. Streets of London – Roger Whittaker
18. For Sentimental Reasons – Nat King Cole

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Legends In Concert Las Vegas Show

Legends In Concert Las Vegas Show

The World’s Greatest Live Tribute Show Direct From Las Vegas!

Internationally acclaimed Legends In Concert is known as the pioneer of live celebrity tribute artist shows and possesses the greatest collection of celebrity tribute artists ever assembled. Featuring live concert shows of famous musicians and celebrities of yesterday and today with concert venues in Myrtle Beach, Branson, Las Vegas, Waikiki, Atlantic City, Foxwoods, Coushatta and aboard the Norwegian EPIC.

Legends in Concert has earned entertainment industry awards including “Show of the Year,” and “Entertainers of the Year” proving this is the world’s greatest live tribute show. The live tribute artists show with music legends, such as Elvis Presley, The Blues Brothers, Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, Rod Stewart, Tina Turner, Cher, Madonna and many more celebrities that appeal to music fans of all ages making Legends in Concert a must see live concert show.

With an always-evolving cast of legendary superstars with original choreography and extravagant costumes, Legends In Concert is the original and largest live celebrity tribute show in the world.

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Blue Man Group: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

September 26, 2016 by BOB BOILEN • They came, they measured, and they returned to perform a show like no other. It was the great NPR Tiny Desk Takeover by Blue Man Group.

If you’ve not seen this performance ensemble and their production in New York, Las Vegas, Orlando, Boston, Chicago or Berlin, then you’ve missed a night of magical fun. These Blue Men may never say a word, but the performances make for poignant looks at who we are as humans. They also make unusual music on instruments of their own design.

Josh Rogosin, our engineer for the Tiny Desk, first saw them in their early days, some 25 years ago at New York’s Astor Place Theatre. He told me how the Blue Men would retrofit some of their theatrical magic — including their custom-made instruments, confetti cannons and streamers — to fit this small desk space.

Every band that plays the Tiny Desk must work within the restrictions of the space. So instead of installing their entire signature PVC instrument, what ended up behind the desk was about a third of it. On the right side of the desk, their Shred Mill makes its internet debut: It’s a drum machine triggered by magnets that changes rhythm depending where they are placed on the home-made variable-speed conveyor belt. They also invented something called a Spinulum, whose rhythmic tempo is controlled by rotating a wheel that plucks steel guitar strings. (You can read a full description on the instruments below.)

In the end the Blue Men and their dressed-down accompanists performed a Tiny Desk concert like no other. I’ve been familiar with their music since my days as director of All Things Considered in the 1990s, when I would play their tunes between news stories. Seeing all this come to life (and I know this is true for Josh, as well) was simply unforgettable. From the unique sounds of the PVC to the strumming sounds of the Spinulum to their “Meditation For Winners” mantras, you’ll get a taste of why this troupe’s art is so universal and so much fun.


(as told to us by the Blue Man Group)

Chapman Stick: A combination of a guitar, a bass guitar, and a washboard, the Chapman Stick is 10 strings and all neck. While it can be played with fingers, we often bow the Stick with a bass string. This method, pioneered by Blue Man Group, is called the Mandelbrot Stick Technique.

Cimbalom: An old hammered chromatic string instrument from Hungary that we gave a plywood update to. It’s normally played gently with soft mallets, but Blue Man Group hits it aggressively with drumsticks.

Shredmill: Making its internet debut, this new Blue Man Group creation is a treadmill-shaped, electro-mechanical sequencer that a Blue Man (or anyone else) can use to create rhythmic patterns. Placing and/or moving the Shred Mill’s tiny little magnets in order to change the sequence (“shredding”) is dangerously addictive. If you are ever presented with the opportunity to shred, proceed at your own risk.

Spinulum: Have you ever watched Wheel of Fortune and thought to yourself, “I wonder what would happen if I took that wheel, shrunk it down to about a foot in diameter, mounted it to a stand, and replaced that little white flipper with steel guitar strings?” Us too! The Spinulum is a brand new Blue Man Group instrument that is part slide guitar, part bicycle wheel, and 100 percent dynamite!

PVC: Blue Man Group’s signature instrument is comprised of several lengths of polyvinyl chloride pipe that make an almost synthesizer-like sound when struck with a closed-cell foam rubber paddle. This performance only includes the center, high-octave section of the PVC. This is not because we have a problem with the other sections of the PVC. We actually really like them. There just wasn’t enough space. It’s a tiny desk.

MIDI PVC: The signature Blue Man Group PVC instrument shrunk down and electrified.

“The Forge”
“Meditation For Winners”

Blue Man Group’s Three is available now:

Producers: Bob Boilen, Josh Rogosin, Niki Walker; Blue Man Group Producer: Anita Shah; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Niki Walker, Colin Marshall, Nick Michael, Kara Frame, Claire Hannah Collins; Blue Man Group Music & Creative Director: Jeff Turlik; Blue Man Group Director: David Bray; Production Assistant: CJ Riculan; Special Thanks: Blue Man Group Crew; Photo: Claire Harbage/NPR.

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