Featuring The Turtles, Chuck Negron, Gary Puckett, Mark Lindsey, The Cowsills & The Spencer Davis Group
Saturday, August 27
801 50th Ave SW, Moorhead, MN 56560
• All Ages
• Reserved Seats / GA Bench / GA Lawn
• Gates at 5pm
• Show at 7pm
The Turtles Featuring Flo & Eddie catapulted to fame with the 1967 mega hit “Happy Together.” Also known for 1965’s cover of Bob Dylan’s “It Aint Me Babe” the stirring “You Showed Me” and the intoxicating “Elenore.”
Chuck Negron, Formerly of Three Dog Night, has been captivating audiences for over 50 years with his iconic vocals, unique humor and brilliant storytelling. In 1967 Negron along with Danny Hutton and Cory Wells formed Three Dog Night, that went on to become one of the most successful bands in the 60s and 70s selling over 60 million records. Their hits include “One,” “Easy to be Hard” and “Joy to the World.”
Mark Lindsay is the original lead singer for Paul Revere the Raiders. In 1965, like most American bands, the group emulated The Beatles, only with a more R&B feel. Their first hit “Just Like Me” led to regular appearances on Dick Clark’s “Where The Action” television show. Lindsay can be heard on the songs “Kicks” (No. 4 on Billboard), = “Hungry” and the multi platinum “Indian Reservation” (No. 1 in 1971).
Gary Puckett and his group The Union Gap achieved six consecutive gold records and top 10 Billboard hits with “Young Girl,” “Woman Woman,” “Lady Willpower,” “Over You,” This Girl is a Woman Now,” “Keep the Customer Satisfied,” “Don’t Give In To Him” and “Home.”
Spencer Davis created The Spencer Davis Group in 1963, producing a dozen hit songs including, “Gimme Some Lovin,” “Somebody Help Me,” “I’m a Man” and “Keep On Runnin.” The original lineup included Steve Winwood and brother Muff Winwood, touring with The Rolling Stones and The Beatles.
The Cowsills, a sibling act that inspired the TV series “The Partridge Family,” rose to fame with the power pop harmonies in such songs as “The Rain, The Park and Other Things “ (No. 2 on Billboard), the platinum “Indian Lake” (No. 10) and the more psychedelic, title track from the musical “Hair” (No. 2).