The Candlelight Pavilion is presenting “Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story,” a musical celebration of one of the greatest rock ‘n roll legends of all time, now through February 22.
The production tells the story of how more than 55 years ago, Buddy and his high school friends The Crickets turned country music upside down and created a unique style of sound that some called “the devil’s music." From Buddy’s frustrations at Decca Records to his success at the Apollo Theatre, “Buddy” portrays the music and the man who forever changed the nation.
Things are getting a little unhinged this month at the Candlelight Pavilion as the local dinner theater presents a thrilling version of “Jekyll & Hyde.”
Based on the Robert Louis Stevenson classic, “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” the musical follows the transformation of a well-meaning scientist into a reckless alter ego who revels in sexual abandon and violence.
“Jekyll & Hyde” was adapted for the stage by Frank Wildhorn and Steve Cuden and made its Broadway debut in 2012.
With a wide array of musical venues and the annual Folk Music Festival coming up next weekend, Claremont is known as a cultural oasis. It’s not every day, however, that the town plays host to a New Wave legend.
The band Berlin will be giving a free performance at Rhino Records on Saturday, May 30 at 1 p.m. The electro-pop quartet is appearing in support of their latest album, “Animal,” which they released this past September, some 27 years after “Take My Breath Away” graced the “Top Gun” soundtrack and topped the charts.
The COURIER recently caught up with Berlin lead singer Terri Nunn.