The Rascals Follow Broadway With U.S. Tour

The concert/bio-musical hybrid reuniting the popular 1960s American blue-eyed soul band will kick off its road trip May 24 in Hollywood, Fla.

NEW YORK -- Fans of The Rascals who didn't make it to New York to catch the reassembled 1960s hitmakers on Broadway in Once Upon a Dream will have additional opportunities when the show embarks on a national tour.

Directed by Steven Van Zandt and Marc Brickman, with music by Felix Cavaliere and Eddie Brigati, the show continues its well-received limited engagement at Broadway's Richard Rodgers Theatre through Sunday.

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Original band members Cavaliere, Brigati, Dino Danelli and Gene Cornish reunited for the show, playing together for the first time since 1970. They perform such era-defining '60s evergreens as "Good Lovin'," "Lonely Too Long," "How Can I Be Sure" and "Groovin'," while recapping their history through archival footage, narration and dramatized film segments.

After wrapping the three-week Broadway run, The Rascals show will kick off its tour playing three nights at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Fla., from May 24-27.

Other dates follow in Florida, Pennsylvania, Maryland, North Carolina, Georgia, Massachusetts, New York and New Jersey, with additional stops to be announced.