Million Dollar Quartet (Original Broadway Cast Recording.
Review: 'Million Dollar Quartet' at Seven Angels - Naugatuck, CT - 'Million Dollar Quartet' is a step back in time to the rock and roll of the fifties.
Review: Million Dollar Quartet by Zach Theatre by David Glen Robinson. Musicals are what Zach Theatre does best under Producing Artistic Director Dave Steakley, and Million Dollar Quartet shines near the top of the rankings. The show, with a book by Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux, is a top-shelf literary and musical property, and Zach Theatre’s production of it realizes all its potential.
Million Dollar Quartet runs until Jan. 7, 2018 at the CAA Theatre (formerly the Panasonic Theatre) and it’s a show you don’t want to miss. It’s got a good story, great music and is all.
Million Dollar Quartet - Mayflower - Review. Two hours of fun in a true education of music. No matter if you were fans of this foursome, you will be by the end of it as the story of the Million Dollar Quartet came to life at The Mayflower Theatre. Faultless vocals from start to finish, meant if you closed your eyes you really could have been back in Sun Studios in 1956. The show featured.
Million Dollar Quartet. Four young rockers on the rise bring it on home. Advertisement. On 4 December 1956, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley came together for a one and only jamming session in Sam Phillips’s pioneering Sun Studio in Memphis, Tennessee. The show opens with Blue Suede Shoes, the song Perkins first sang but was a hit for Presley and heralded in rock.
Bristol got a taste of rock' n' roll history on Monday 28th November when 'Million Dollar Quartet', starring Jason Donovan, started its six day run at the Hippodrome. There until Saturday December 3rd, it certainly demands your attention.
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