Red, White and Rock (My Music)

(Rochester, NY) -- Recorded in 2002, Red, White and Rock (My Music) is a patriotic celebration of America and pop oldies music performed by Frankie Valli, The Drifters, Connie Francis, Frankie Avalon and other longtime favorites. Spotlighting artists from the rock, pop and doo–wop days of the late 50s and 60s, this all-star concert features several performances not previously broadcast. Red, White and Rock returns to WXXI-TV on Friday, June 5, 2020 at 8:30 p.m. on WXXI-TV.

Red, White and Rock includes these performances:

•   “Wind Beneath My Wings” – Little Anthony & The Imperials 

•   “Louie, Louie” – The Kingsmen 

•   “Over The Mountain, Across The Sea” – Johnny & Joe 

•   “Venus” – Frankie Avalon 

•   “Beauty School Dropout” – Frankie Avalon 

•   “Grease” – Frankie Valli 

•   “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” – Frankie Valli

•   “Our Day Will Come” – Ruby & The Romantics 

•   “I Will Follow Him” – Little Peggy March 

•   “Soldier Boy” – Shirley Alston Reeves of the Shirelles 

•   “Baby I Need Your Lovin’” – Four Tops 

•   “I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)” – Four Tops 

•   “Sh-Boom” – The Chords 

•   Doo Wop Wedding Medley:
    - “Chapel Of Love” – The Dixie Cups
    - “When We Get Married” – Dreamlovers
    - “Church Bells May Ring” – The Willows 

•   “You Were Mine” – The Fireflies 

•   “Time Won't Let Me” – Sonny Geraci of The Outsiders 

•   “Precious And Few” – Sonny Geraci of Climax 

•   “Tracks Of My Tears” – The Miracles 

•   “Tears Of A Clown” – The Miracles 

•   “Where The Boys Are” – Connie Francis 

•   “God Bless America” – Connie Francis 

•   “On Broadway” – The Drifters 

•   “Mony, Mony” – Tommy James & The Shondells 

•   “Soul And Inspiration” – Righteous Brothers 

•   “You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling” – Righteous Brothers 

•   “Celebrate” – Chuck Negron of Three Dog Night

•   “Joy To The World” – Chuck Negron of Three Dog Night 

Photo: Legendary Motown singing group The Miracles perform the classics "Tracks of My Tears" and "Tears of A Clown" in concert 
Credit: Courtesy of TJL Productions



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