The Best of The 70s
18sep7:30 pmThe Best of The 70sThe Ridgefield Playhouse
The Best of the 70s is a Celebration of the Greatest Music of All Time The show, which sold-out in 2019 is ALL-NEW for 2021. It features the timeless songs of
The Best of the 70s is a Celebration of the Greatest Music of All Time
The show, which sold-out in 2019 is ALL-NEW for 2021. It features the timeless songs of artists like Neil Young, The Beatles, CSN, Van Morrison, Rolling Stones, America, John Denver, The Eagles, Don McLean, Elton John, Bob Seger, Billy Joel, Cat Stevens, Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Buffett, David Bowie, Bob Dylan, Led Zeppelin, The Band, Kenny Rogers, Pink Floyd & More!!
This family-friendly show, will have 70s fans of all ages singing and dancing to their favorite songs.
“The Best of the 70s” is not a cover band, but rather an amazing show of 70s music played by a great live band. DizzyFish led by Eric Herbst, with backup singers Angela Clemmons and Sharon Jerry-Collins, performs every song with excitement, energy, and passion. Beautiful artistic background movies create a fabulous & warm atmosphere in which to see a show.
Eric & DizzyFish have rocked audiences sharing the stage with Steve Miller, Three Dog Night, Marshall Tucker, and many others. Eric as well as being a powerful live performer has written and produced original songs recorded by musical legends B.B. King and Johnny Cash.
Angela has had a 35-year career singing and performing with some of the biggest names in music such as Aretha Franklin, Elton John, Michael Jackson, Steely Dan, and many others. She is also the director of both Shoreline Soul and Valley Soul Choirs.
Sharon’s musical journey has taken her around the world, touring, recording, and performing with such artists as Billy Preston, Whitney Houston, Roberta Flack, Bette Midler, and many others. Sharon has also appeared several times on Saturday Night Live.
Other DizzyFish members include Frank DeMaio (Guitar), Matt Oestreicher (Keyboards), Roger Post (Drums), John Zanella (Bass), and Jon Saxon (Saxophone).
The reviews are in and 70s fans love this show! Roger Daltrey (The Who) told Eric “Hey man, you do Dead Flowers better than the Stones.” If you love 70s music don’t miss this very special evening.
(Saturday) 7:30 pm
The Ridgefield Playhouse
80 East Ridge, Ridgefield CT 06877
The Ridgefield Playhouse
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