The Best of the 70s
SOLD OUT EVERY SHOW Since 2019. The NEW 2021 show will feature the timeless songs of artists like Neil Young, The Beatles, Van Morrison, The Rolling Stones, CSN,
John Denver, The Eagles, Don McLean, Billy Joel, James Taylor, Bob Seger, America, Cat Stevens, Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton, Rod Stewart, Jimmy Buffet, David Bowie, Bob Dylan, Elton John, Neil Diamond, Led Zeppelin, Kenny Rogers, Pink Floyd, The Grateful Dead & More!!
70s fans of all ages will be singing along to songs like; “Margaritaville”, "Let It Be",
“On the Road Again”, “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”, “Country Roads”,
“Teach Your Children”, “Sweet Caroline” “Horse with No Name” and “American Pie.”
“The Best of the 70s” features a great band DizzyFish led by Eric Herbst with Special Guest Backup Singers Angela Clemmons & Sharon Jerry-Collins. Eric & DizzyFish have rocked audiences opening for Steve Miller, Three Dog Night, Marshall Tucker and many others. Eric as well as being a powerful live performer has written and produced original songs recorded by musical legends B.B. King and Johnny Cash.
Angela has had a 35-year career singing and performing with some of the biggest names in music such as Aretha Franklin, Elton John, Michael Jackson, Steely Dan, and many others.
Sharon’s musical journey has taken her around the world, touring, recording, and performing with such artists as Billy Preston, Whitney Houston, Roberta Flack, Bette Midler, and many others. Sharon has also appeared on Saturday Night Live.
On special occasions, DizzyFish is joined by a 50 plus voice choir. The choir is led by our own Angela Clemmons. This group of singers when performing together are lovingly referred to as the DizzyFish Choir. They join us for 3 amazing encores. When touring DizzyFish will sometimes reach out to local choirs and invite them to be part of the show.
Other members of DizzyFish include Frank DeMaio (Guitar), Roger Post (Drums), John Zanella (Bass), Jon Saxon (Saxophone) Josh Sette (Keyboards) & The DizzyFish Choir!
The reviews are in and 70s fans love this show! Roger Daltrey (of The Who) told Eric “Hey man, you do Dead Flowers better than the Stones.” If you love the 70’s don’t miss this very special concert…