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The Shirelles Tickets

In an era where rock and roll was in its infancy, a whole lineup of artists dominated both the airwaves and the hearts and minds of their fans. This was the era of artists such as Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis, Jr. The heydey of traditional pop might now be over, but there are still several artists performing. Get The Shirelles tickets and return to an earlier time.

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The Shirelles

Invoking nostalgia of a bygone era in music, 50s and 60s era artists specialize in or pay tribute to the sound of two of the most prolific decades in modern music. 50s and 60s era music acts are compliled from a number of popular genres and performers from the time, including doo-wop, traditional pop artists like Tony Bennett, the music of Elvis Presley, and R&B/rock and roll artist Little Richard. The Shirelles is a shining example of a pivotal period in music.

50's and 60's era shows idolize a period when rock and roll was in its infancy, traditional pop and doo-wop still attracted the biggest audiences, and every performer wore a suit. The instrument most often heard at concerts in the 1950s and 1960s was the voice, and in a time before snythesizers and electric guitars, vocals were what carried the song. The era was dominated by groups like The Mills Brothers and The Chordettes and was marked by a transition in the type of music most popular with mainstream audiences. Relive one of the golden ages of music by getting The Shirelles tickets from TicketNetwork today!

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