Maroulis, Anderson, Von Essen and More Sing Radio Hits June 30

News   Maroulis, Anderson, Von Essen and More Sing Radio Hits June 30
Radio Hits of 1958, part of the Radio Broadway series, will be presented at Town Hall June 30. The evening features a host of artists performing Billboard-charting hits of 1958.
Constantine Maroulis
Constantine Maroulis Photo by Lee Page

The 8 PM concert boasts the talents of "American Idol" finalist Constantine Maroulis as well as Max von Essen, Jennifer Hope Wills, Nancy Anderson, John Treacy Egan and Lawrence Clayton with Marissa Caro, Dwayne Clark, Jean Michelle Grier, Deb Lyons, James Sasser, Matty Stuart, Elizabeth Daniels, Daniel Gutierrez, Patrick O'Neill, Melanie Waldron, Tracey Zimmerman, David Weitzer, Allison Mosier, Bryan Jarrett, William Gilinsky and Charles Amann. Raymond Jaramillo McLeod hosts.

The cast will be joined onstage by celebrated "regulars" and dance contest winners from The Philadelphia Years of "American Bandstand," including Carmen Jimenez, Marlyn Brown Kernan, Diane Iaquinto Celotto, Eddie Kelly and Joyce Shafer Roth.

The repertoire for Radio Hits of 1958 follows:
"Tequila": Band
"At The Hop/Johnny B. Goode": Cast w/ Lawrence Clayton
"Great Balls Of Fire": Dave Keyes
"Catch A Falling Star": John Treacy Egan
"Summertime Blues": Max von Essen
"To Know Him Is To Love Him": Jennifer Hope Wills
"Lollipop": Melissa Caro and Women
"Little Star": Dwayne Clark and Men
"Who's Sorry Now": Nancy Anderson
"Beep Beep": William Gilinsky
"Purple People Eater": Raymond Jaramillo McLeod
"Witch Doctor": Bryan Jarrett
"Short Shorts": Melanie Waldron
"Chipmunk Song": John Treacy Egan
"It's Only Make Believe": James Sasser & Radio Broadway Singers
"Oh-Oh, I'm Falling In Love, Again": Constantine Maroulis
"Tears On My Pillow": Jean Michelle Grier & Radio Broadway Singers
"Rockin' Robin": Lawrence Clayton & Radio Broadway Dancers
"Rebel Rouser": Band
"Little Darlin'": Matty Stuart & Men
"Mashed Potato": American Bandstand Dancers
"Pony": American Bandstand Dancers
"The Stroll": James Sassar and Cast
"Chantilly Lace": Raymond Jaramillo McLeod
"Peggy Sue / That'll Be The Day": Max von Essen & Radio Broadway Singers
"Since I Don’t Have You": Lawrence Clayton & Radio Broadway Singers
"Bird Dog": John Treacy Egan & David Weitzer
"Wake Up Little Susie": John Treacy Egan & Charles Amann
"Patricia / Topsy II (Sing Along)": Band
"Jailhouse Rock": Dave Keyes
"It’s So Easy": Deb Lyons & Radio Broadway Singers
"Fever": Jennifer Hope Wills
"Devoted To You": Jennifer Hope Wills & Constantine Maroulis
"Volare": Cast
"Do You Wanna Dance": Constantine Maroulis & Radio Broadway Dancers
"Hand Jive": Joyce Shafer with Radio Broadway Dancers & Cast

The concert features direction by Deborah Kym and musical direction by David Keyes.

Tickets, priced $40 and up, are available by calling (866) 448-7849. VIP tickets, priced $200, include premium seating and a private cocktail reception with the stars following the show. The Town Hall is located in Manhattan at 123 West 43rd Street, between Broadway and Avenue of the Americas.


Radio Broadway was co-founded by Raymond Jaramillo McLeod, Deborah Kym and David Weitzer. The company plans to present various incarnations of the show in venues throughout the country.

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