Paul Revere and the RaidersFriday, October 26, 2012
Introducing, Paul Revere and The Raiders to Penn’s Peak!!
Paul Revere and The Raiders started in Idaho in 1958 by Paul Revere himself. He found he had a knack for assembling talented personalities; A knack that has kept members like Doug Heath and Ron Foos around for over 25 years. The Raiders are full of spontaneity; you never know what they may do! Over the years, Paul Revere and The Raiders have had quite a few accomplishments. They were the first group to sign with Columbia Records. They signed in 1963 with their hit “Louie Louie.” They appeared on 520 episodes of The Dick Clark production “Where The Action Is” on ABC and they co-hosted “Happening” also a Dick Clark produced television show on ABC. In 1971, Paul Revere wanted to get their song “Indian Reservation” out there so he crisscrossed the United States three times on his motorcycle stopping at radio stations along the way for promotion. It worked since the song hit #1 and has sold over four million copies. Paul Revere and The Raiders who produced 23 consecutive hit singles, consists of Paul, Tommy Scheckel, Doug Heath, Ron Foos, Daniel Krause and Darren Dowler. Hopefully you’ll be “Steppin’ Out” to get your “Kicks” with Paul Revere and The Raiders at Penn’s Peak on October 26th!!
Friday, October 26, 2012
Doors Open 6:00 PM
Showtime 8:00 PM
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