Please Help us with a simple fundraiser. BOB EVANS has chosen the Crawford County Community Concert Association to be the recipient of their Sponsorship on April 27 & 28 where the Concert Association will get 15% of ALL sales on those two days IF the customer has one of the flyers.
Click here and then print the flyer. Please present the flyer to your server. And enjoy your meal.
Thanks in advance!
Our Next Concert,Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.
The Alley Cats
Concert performance at Bucyrus Elementary School, 245 Woodlawn Ave., Bucyrus, Ohio
April 14, 2015
The Alley Cats
Tight harmonies, universal humor, and unbelievable a cappella energy = The Alley Cats
The Alley Cats are an American doo-wop group singing in
a cappella. The group originated in 1987, when a doo-wop revival program was occurring at Fullerton College. Two men, also the group's future founding fathers, Mando Fonseca and Royce "The Voice" Reynolds, decided to start an a cappella group. Two additional members along the way, Todd Dixon and Andre Peek, materialized and the foursome gained notice. They landed their first professional gig at Disneyland's "Blast to the Past." Soon after, they appeared on TV, radio shows, corporate events, Performing Arts Centers, fairs, festivals, schools, and even a USO show aboard the John C. Stennis aircraft carrier welcoming home the troops from Iraq.
The Alley Cats have performed for many audiences, ranging from elementary school fun nights to The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, as well as opening for Leno at his Las Vegas shows. The Alley Cats's sound has been heard as well at The White House.
The Alley Cats have won two Contemporary A Cappella Society awards: one for best album (The Doo-Wop Drive-In Live) and one for best song ("What's Your Name”).