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  Cameo Parkway Tour  
         
 
MARK YOUR CALENDERS! Saturday, February 13, 2010
CAMEO-PARKWAY REUNION: Charlie Gracie,
 Dee Dee Sharp, the Tymes and Orlons--in concert:
CANNSTATTER'S BALLROOM 9130 Academy Road
     Northeast Philadelphia TICKETS: $35
      MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE! 
        Call to Reserve Now!
                 Seats-First Come, First Serve!  
          (215) 983-5200
 
 

         

 Charlie Gracie, Dee Dee Sharp, the Orlons and Tymes...all sold millions of discs in the late 1950s and early 60s-and all contributed to making the Cameo-Parkway label the nation's largest independent record company in the nation from--1957 through 1963. All of them continue to tour nationally and internationally and still enjoy a global fan base.
 
  Charlie Gracie's hits Butterfly  (#1), Fabulous  (#16), Ninety Nine Ways  (#11) got the label off the ground in 1957 and '58.  He had 5 titles reach the British Top 20 as well, including: Wandering Eyes, I Love You So Much It Hurts and Cool Baby. 
Charlie's new cd with guest artists--Graham Nash, Peter Noone, Al Kooper Keb Mo and others will be out in the spring of 2010.
  Dee Dee Sharp had 5 monster top 10's in the early 60s: Mashed Potato Time, Gravy, The Bird, Ride and Slow Twistin' with Chubby Checker. She also scored chart placings in the late 70s and early 80s when the Philly Soul sound ruled the
airwaves.
  The Orlons and Stephen Caldwell carved up the Top 10 as well with The Wah Wahtusi, South Street, and Don't Hang Up.  Other Top 20 hits followed: Crossfire and Not Me.
  The Tymes reached # 1 with So Much In Love  and followed with Wonderful Wonderful (#7) , Somewhere (# 19), You Little Trust Maker (#12) and the British #1, Miss Grace
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