Tributes to the greatest music stars of the 20th century
Dick Dunkirk is the executive producer of Shadows Tribute Show. He was a founding member of Bobby Vee and the Shadows, who took Buddy Holly’s place at the Moorhead Armory “The Night the Music Died”, and went on to have 4 million seller singles and 13 million records sold in the sixties.
After Bobby Vee and the Shadows were elected to the Mid-America Music Hall of Fame in 2005, Dick put the Shadows back together and have been performing concerts in main room casinos, state Fairs and theatres around the midwest. Their latest shows feature tributes to the Four Seasons and The Carpenters.
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