The Archie's starring Ron Dante

Fri Apr 5 2019

8:00 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

The Coach House

33157 Camino Capistrano, Suite C San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

$25.00

All Ages

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Ron Dante 

Pop music fans know Ron Dante as the voice of The Archies who performed the legendary hit song “Sugar, Sugar”. His hit number one single topped the charts for over 5 weeks and was the “Record of the Year” in Billboard Magazine for 1969 selling over 10 million copies.
His other group The Cuff Links hit song “Tracy” also was a million seller and topped the charts the same year.

This is the 50th anniversary of Sugar, Sugar and Tracy both being hits in 1969.

Ron also filled in as lead singer of the legendary hit group The Turtles on last summer' Happy Together Tour" and will be performing on next summer's tour.

Lots of music lovers hum Dante's voice without ever knowing it.
Dante was the singing voice on hundreds of popular radio and TV commercials.
It’s Dante’s voice you hear on spots for Coke, Dr. Pepper, McDonald's, American Airlines and even today Dante is the voice of Yoplait's TV campaign singing “Itsy Bitsy Yellow Poka Dot Bikini”. 

The Archie's starring Ron Dante

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    Ron Dante

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    Pop music fans know Ron Dante as the voice of The Archies who performed the legendary hit song “Sugar, Sugar”. His hit number one single topped the charts for over 5 weeks and was the “Record of the Year” in Billboard Magazine for 1969 selling over 10 million copies.
    His other group The Cuff Links hit song “Tracy” also was a million seller and topped the charts the same year.

    This is the 50th anniversary of Sugar, Sugar and Tracy both being hits in 1969..

    Ron also filled in as lead singer of the legendary hit group The Turtles on last summer' Happy Together Tour" and will be performing on next summer's tour.

    Lots of music lovers hum Dante's voice without every knowing it.
    Dante was the singing voice on hundreds of popular radio and TV commercials.
    It’s Dante’s voice you hear on spots for Coke, Dr. Pepper, McDonalds, American Airlines and even today Dante is the voice of Yoplait's TV campaign singing “Itsy Bitsy Yellow Poka Dot Bikini”. 

     

    Dante is also known for his work as record producer for such artists as
    Barry Manilow, Pat Benetar, Cher, Ray Charles, John Denver and other major recording artists.
    Dante produced all the huge million sellers for Barry Manilow including 
    “Mandy” “ I Write The Songs” “ Could It Be Magic” and the Grammy Award winning “ Copacabana”.

    Dante was  featured on the  PBS Special “My Music Part 2”  that was seen by 25 million vierers.
    He can also be heard singing "Sugar,Sugar' in the Jerry Seinfeld hit film BEE MOVIE and countless other TV and Film.

    His new CD 'Ron Dante's Anthology" is currently available on Amazon and Apple Music.

  • Bo Donaldson & The Heywoods

    Bo Donaldson & The Heywoods

    Music

    Bo Donaldson & The Heywoods has been played on NTS in shows including Got Kinda Lost Records Presents Planet Fever, featured first on 2 May 2018. Songs played include Teenage Rampage - (Mono).
    Bo Donaldson and The Heywoods are an American Pop music group known mainly for their 1970s hits, "Billy Don't Be A Hero" and "Who Do You Think You Are".
    History The band was formed in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1965 named simply "The Heywoods", not after anyone in the band or connected with it, but from the last name of a songwriter on a Rolling Stones album because they liked the sound of the name.
    They were first discovered while touring with The Osmonds in the early 1970s and signed with Family Productions, releasing their first song in 1972, "Special Someone", but their big break came after moving to ABC Records and working with star producer Steve Barri in 1973. Beginning in 1974, the band released the songs "Billy Don't Be A Hero", "Who Do You Think You Are", "The Heartbreak Kid" and "Our Last Song Together".
    Endgame In 1975, they began migration to a 3rd, 4th and 5th label as the hits dried up by the end of the decade. By 1978, they were known as "The Bo Donaldson Band" and eventually split after trying Country music with no success in the 1980s. They reformed again in 1996 as a nostalgia act and still make appearances, most notably in the Barry Williams-hosted nostalgia show Original Idols Live.
    Members Robert Walter "Bo" Donaldson - Keyboards Mike Gibbons - Lead Vocals & Trumpet David Krock - Bass & background vocals Rick Joswick - Lead singer and tambourine Gary Coveyou - Saxophone, flute & Background Vocals Baker Scott- Lead Guitarist Richard Brunetti - Drums
    Bo Donaldson & The Heywoods had been performing for nearly a decade when they hit Teen-Idol pay dirt. Touring in the mid 60's as an opening act for supergroups like The Rascals, Paul Revere and The Raiders, Box-Tops, Grassroots and Herman's Hermits gave the group enough exposure to garner them a strong following on the live circuit. An opening stint for The Osmond Brothers and appearances on Dick Clark's American Bandstand and "Action '73" TV shows poised Bo Donaldson and The Heywoods into the right realm for the stardom they would soon achieve. 
    The first single, "Special Someone," hit the charts in 1972 then the next single "Deeper and Deeper' came in 1973. "Billy, Don't Be A Hero" was all that was necessary to shoot Bo and The Heywoods up to the #1 spot for two weeks, sell more than three million copies and earn The Heywoods a gold record. Four more Top 40 singles followed on the heels of "Billy, Don't Be A Hero." The Top 15 follow up hit, "Who Do You Think You Are," was an utterly irresistible pop song from the pens of Jigsaws Clive Scoff and Des Dyer. The acts next Top 40 hit, "The Heartbreak Kid," was written by Michael Price and Dan Walsh, who had written hits for The Grassroots. The next single "House on Telegraph Hill" dealt with the San Francisco earthquake of 1906. The band's last chart showing was the ballad, "Our Last Song Together'wriften by Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield.
    Although "Billy, Don't Be A Hero" went to #1 over twenty-five years ago, it has maintained a presence in the entertainment industry even today. Bo Donaldson and The Heywoods and "Billy, Don't Be A Hero" have been mentioned in Stephen King's book "The Stand" and also in such Television shows as "Get A Life," "ALF," and "Friends". The song was also used in such feature films as Quentin Tarantino's "Reservoir Dogs" and in the unique film "Priscilla, Queen of the Desert". VH-l's 8 Track Flashback with Suzanne Summers featured The Heywoods and "Billy."
    "Billy, Don't Be A Hero" can currently be found on Rhino Records "Super Hits of the 70's" and on the 7 CD box set "Have a Nice Decade."
  • Hot Rod Trio

    Hot Rod Trio

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The Archie's starring Ron Dante

Fri Apr 5 2019 8:00 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

The Coach House San Juan Capistrano CA
The Archie's starring Ron Dante

$25.00 All Ages

Ron Dante 

Pop music fans know Ron Dante as the voice of The Archies who performed the legendary hit song “Sugar, Sugar”. His hit number one single topped the charts for over 5 weeks and was the “Record of the Year” in Billboard Magazine for 1969 selling over 10 million copies.
His other group The Cuff Links hit song “Tracy” also was a million seller and topped the charts the same year.

This is the 50th anniversary of Sugar, Sugar and Tracy both being hits in 1969.

Ron also filled in as lead singer of the legendary hit group The Turtles on last summer' Happy Together Tour" and will be performing on next summer's tour.

Lots of music lovers hum Dante's voice without ever knowing it.
Dante was the singing voice on hundreds of popular radio and TV commercials.
It’s Dante’s voice you hear on spots for Coke, Dr. Pepper, McDonald's, American Airlines and even today Dante is the voice of Yoplait's TV campaign singing “Itsy Bitsy Yellow Poka Dot Bikini”. 

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There is a Two Drink Minimum per person unless you have made a Dinner Reservation.

Dinner reservations get you reserved priority seating for the entire evening that is in front of general admission seating and closer to the stage. There is no additional cost to make a dinner reservation but you are required to purchase a minimum of $15 in dinner the night of the show EXCLUDING DRINKS with your food server. Dinner reservations require you arrive no later than 1 hour after the doors open. To make a dinner reservation please call 949-496-8930.

ALL SALES ARE: FINAL, NON REFUNDABLE, NON EXCHANGEABLE