Next Thursday July 13th the legendary Turtles bring their “Happy Together 2017” tour to Southern California.
Mark Volman and Howard Kaylan best known as “Flo and Eddie” will be singing all their classic hits on Thursday July 13th at the world famous Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, CA.
This year the duo has put together a spectacular line-up of 60’s and 70’s hit makers the includes: The Association (“Cherish,” “Windy”), Three Dog Night vocalist Chuck Negron (“Just An Old Fashioned Love Song,” “Joy To The World” and “One”), The Box Tops (“The Letter,” “Cry Like A Baby”), The Cowsills (“Hair,” “Indian Lake”) and vocalist for The Archies’ Ron Dante (“Sugar, Sugar” and “Jingle Jangle”)
This show is sure to be the most fun you have at a concert all year as every group mentioned will be playing nothing but hit songs! Pull out your bell bottoms, put on your best tie-dyed T-shirt and get ready to rock out to all the artists on The Turtles’ “Happy Together Tour 2017.”
The Canyon Club is located 28912 Roadside Drive in Agoura Hills. The box office phone number is (888) 645-5005 and tickets can be purchase via TicketMaster.
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