Oldies and Doo Wop Fans Relive Fond Memories of Their Favorite Artists at Benefit Concert Performed and Produced by Rock’n Roll Great Johnny T

Saturday, August 20th, 2011, 8:00 – 10:00 p.m.

Middletown Arts Center, 36 Church Street, Middletown, NJ

Middletown, NJ – Join John Tarangelo, formerly of The Mystics and known to fans as Johnny T, for “Voices of Legends”, an Oldies Review to benefit the Middletown Township Cultural and Arts Council on Saturday, August 20th, 8:00 – 10:00 p.m. at the Middletown Arts Center. Tickets are $20 for general theatre admission and may be purchased by calling 732-706-4100 or visiting the Middletown Arts Center box office at 36 Church Street, Middletown, NJ.

Tributes will be made to Little Anthony and the Imperials, The Duprees, Dion, The Platters, The Moonglows, The Mystics, Lenny Coco and The Chimes, The Drifters, Johnny Maestro and The Crest and more. Johnny T’s voice, combined with rare video footage as presented in his shows, allows the audience to relive their favorite artists and fondest memories.


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At age 19, singer and musician John Tarangelo was introduced to the original bass player of The Mystics, a popular 1950’s recording group known for hits that include “Hush-A-bye”, “ Sunday Kind of Love” and their remake of “White Cliffs of Dover”. By the mid-seventies, Johnny T enjoyed a successful New York City solo singing career, while also performing nationally with The Mystics. Throughout his career, he enjoyed meeting and working alongside some of Rock’n Roll’s greatest legends.  Today, Johnny T is retired yet he produces and performs dozens of shows for the benefit of charitable organizations.

About the Middletown Arts Center

The Middletown Arts Center (MAC) is an award-winning, state-of-the-art facility run by the nonprofit Middletown Township Cultural and Arts Council and dedicated to bringing quality arts programming and events to Middletown and surrounding communities. The MAC offers enrichment programs and entertainment for all ages and abilities. Visit www.middletownarts.org for more information. The MAC can also be found on Facebook @ Middletown Arts Center and Twitter @MiddletownArts.

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