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The Alley Cats to perform Sun.

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Get ready, get set, go — The Alley Cats are on the prowl. They’ll bring their tight harmonies and unbelievable a cappella energy to the historic Raymond Theatre this Sunday at 2 p.m.   

    Tickets at $10 are on sale now at South Bend Pharmacy and Sagen’s Pharmacy in Raymond. For more information, call 875-5831.Season tickets are selling for $48 (adults) and $30 (children under 18).

  The Alley Cats, which started at Fullerton College in California in 1987, will launch the first Sunday Afternoon Live performance of 2013, following take-off of Season Ten in November.

   As the opening act for Jay Leno in Las Vegas, The Alley Cats have several members, which allows them to play multiple shows on the same day.  Bringing their own unique a cappella style to the stage, they appeal to fans of all ages, breathing new life into everyone’s favorite doo-wop classics. 

  The Alley Cats began their musical journey with Disneyland’s Blast to the Past salute. They went on to win the Southern California Harmony Sweepstakes, which led to numerous other appearances. Their long-standing relationship with Disney took the Cats to New York where they were featured in the animated movie, Hercules.

  The Alley Cats have appeared at countless county fairs and festivals around the country and have been the featured performers on stages at Disneyland, Knott’s Berry Farm and Hersheypark. They have worked with major corporate clients and major trade shows, as well as sharing the stage with fellow a cappella artists. 

  If the romantic songs of the 50s or 60s have ever touched you, The Alley Cats are for you. These guys simply perform  sweeter, better-arranged, funnier, more together Doo-Wop than you’ve probably ever heard. You don’t want to miss America’s Premier Doo-Wop Group. Tickets will go fast.


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