Happy Together Tour 2022
Sunday, june 26, 2022.
Seated Admission Show
High Top Tables (p4):
Standing Room Only (P5):
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Show: 8:00 PM Doors: 7:00 PM Age: 18+
Gold (P1) :
Reserved (P2) :
Reserved (P3) :
High Top Tables (p4) :
Standing Room Only (P5) :
Featuring The Turtles, Gary Puckett & The Union Gap, The Association, The Classics IV, The Vogues, The Cowsills
Due to the need to prioritize public safety the "Happy Together Tour" on Sunday, June 28 2020 has been postponed to June 26, 2022. All Tickets for the June 28, 2020 & June 27, 2021 (original reschedule date) shows will be honored for June 26, 2022. You can either hang onto your seats for the new date or request a refund within 30 days of the date change. We apologize for any inconvenience.
GOING INTO ITS 13TH YEAR, THE HIT-FILLED,
PACKAGE TOUR RETURNS THE “HAPPY TOGETHER” TOUR
IN 2022 - DATES BEGIN JUNE
LINE-UP FEATURES RETURNING FAVORITES AND NEW ADDITIONS: THE TURTLES, GARY PUCKETT & THE UNION GAP, THE ASSOCIATION, THE CLASSICS IV, THE VOGUES AND THE COWSILLS
2022 will mark the 13th year of the highly successful, hit-filled summer package, THE “HAPPY TOGETHER” TOUR. The touring sensation that has criss-crossed the nation delighting audiences for a over a decade returns this summer with a show full of chart-topping hits from the ‘60s and ‘70s – an undeniable 61 Billboard Top 40 smashes. The Tour is once again joined by THE TURTLES, who also act as musical hosts for the evening. Along with THE TURTLES will be GARY PUCKETT & THE UNION GAP, THE ASSOCIATION, THE CLASSICS IV, THE VOGUES and THE COWSILLS.
THE TURTLES are best known for their harmony-heavy California pop sound. With such hits as “Elenore,” “She’d Rather Be With Me,” “It Ain’t Me Babe,” “You Showed Me” and the title of the tour, “Happy Together,” the band ruled the airwaves in the late ‘60s. Ron Dante joins the line-up to delight with his own mega-hits, “Sugar Sugar” and “Tracy.”
We are thrilled to have GARY PUCKETT & THE UNION GAP back on THE “HAPPY TOGETHER” TOUR. Gary’s trademark voice will be belting out his hits one more time. Fans will affectionately remember “Young Girl,” “Over You,” “Woman, Woman,” “This Girl Is A Woman Now,” “Lady Willpower,” “Don’t Give In To Him” and more.
Also returning to the tour for 2022 they are THE ASSOCIATION, who enjoyed massive radio success in the ‘60s with such #1 hits as “Cherish,” “Windy,” “Never My Love” and “Along Comes Mary”. This iconic vocal group was a staple on the radio airways in the 1960s.
CLASSICS IV with their southern soft rock sound, they are one of the most popular and influential pop groups of the 60s and 70s. They achieved phenomenal success with multiplatinum hits “Spooky,” “Stormy,” “Traces,” and Everyday With You Girl.”
THE VOGUES, are also known for their harmony-driven soaring pop sound. THE VOGUES had numerous Top 10 hits with singles such as “Five O’Clock World”, “You’re The One,” “My Special Angel” and “Turn Around Look At Me,” among others.
Rounding out the bill are THE COWSILLS, the harmonious family act (two brothers and a sister) that inspired the smash ‘60s hit television show, THE PATRIDGE FAMILY. They are sure to delight with their best-known songs, “Hair,” “Indian Lake,” “The Rain The Park & Other Things (I Love The Flower Girl)” and more.
The tour has played more than 50 plus shows a year and 2022 will be no exception.
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When Gary Puckett burst upon the national music scene in 1967, he and his band, the Union Gap, sought to “capture the world.”
Riding the wave of their first hit record, "Woman, Woman," they captured a fair share of the pop rock world with powerful and provocative lyrics infused with Puckett’s soaring tenor vocals. While the individual members of his band have changed through the years, Puckett has endured. His music still resonates with audiences, whose makeup extends across generations.
In short, the Puckett brand has maintained its hold on the nostalgia crowd – and his oldies shows do draw crowds. That will be evident Sunday, June 26, at the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom when Gary Puckett and the Union Gap perform as part of the Happy Together Tour.
The concert, which begins at 8 p.m., also features the Turtles (after whose biggest hit the tour is named), the Association, the Vogues, the Cowsills, and the Classics IV.
Puckett, who’ll turn 80 years old Oct.17, discussed what he believes is behind his half century-plus of performing and why his popularity has remained at such a high level.
“I don't know; maybe they just think I’m a nice guy or something,” he quipped by phone from his home in Clearwater, Fla.
“We’re fortunate to be able to continue to go out and meet the fans and play the songs for them. I suppose I'll continue to be out there as long as the good Lord will allow me to.”
Written by Jim Glaser and Jimmy Payne and recorded in August 1967, "Woman, Woman" was Puckett & the Gap’s debut single and became a million-seller in short order. Entering the Billboard Hot 100 chart on Nov. 12 of ’67, it peaked at No. 4 in January 1968.
"Woman, Woman" was one of four Billboard Top 10 singles from Puckett & Co. in the U.S. in 1968. The other three, written by Jerry Fuller: "Young Girl," "Lady Willpower" (both reaching No. 2 on Billboard) and "Over You" (No. 7). They sold more singles in America than the Beatles that year – Puckett estimating “14 or 15 million” vinyl discs purchased by their devotees.
All the while Gary dressed himself and the band in Union Army-style Civil War uniforms, Puckett seeking an image unlike that of any other songsters of that era. No bell bottoms for our boys.
A significant portion of the fans showing up for Gary Puckett and the new-version Union Gap these days weren’t born yet when the songs were released decades ago. That means the children and grandchildren of those who listened live in the Sixties have crossed generational lines in reverse, going back in time for their choice of music.
“I notice young people in the crowds and oftentimes I'll ask them how they know the music,” said Puckett, married with two daughters and four grandchildren. “Their answers are varied, but oftentimes they’ll say, ‘Well, I just don't care so much for the music of my generation, so I searched the Internet and I ran across the Sixties, or your music in particular.’
“Or they'll say they learned it from their grandparents or their parents. I find it encouraging, and I’m really happy to know, that young people like our music.
“People (of all ages) continue to come out and sing along.”
Born in Hibbing, Minn. (home to Bob Dylan) but growing up mainly in Yakima, Wash., Puckett was encouraged by his parents to be a dentist. He, and they, took the hint that a career caring for teeth and gums wasn’t in the cards when, during his two years (1961 and ’62) at San Diego City College, A-plusses in astronomy kept him from failing.
Puckett dropped out of college after two years and focused on a life in music. He was 20. He played in local bands through the mid-1960s, when his group called Gary and the Remarkables was renamed Gary Puckett and the Union Gap (after a town near Yakima).
That set the stage for "Woman, Woman" from Columbia Records under a contract drawn up by Fuller, a songwriter and CBS record producer who’d find and sign new talent. Puckett had convinced Columbia to print, on the sleeve that held the 45 rpm record, a picture of him and the band in Civil War regalia. He figured, correctly, that it would help sell records.
“A disc jockey/program director at a radio station in Columbus, Ohio, who was a Civil War historian, got that record in that sleeve in his hand one day,” said Puckett. “He said to himself, ‘This is one great picture. I wonder what this record sounds like?’ So he named it a pick to click, played it on the station, and it went to number one in Columbus.
“Columbia Records has a regional office in Cleveland, which is not far away. Cleveland called me and said, ‘Hey, you’ve got a hit record in Columbus.’ ”
Next on the label’s wish list was to distribute "Woman, Woman" nationally and make it a hit everywhere that records were sold or played. It was such a good song, it sold itself. Wish granted. Mission accomplished.
Eventually, Puckett and his Civil Warriors became disenchanted with Fuller’s influence. Gary and the Gap wanted to write and produce their own material and not adhere to Fuller’s directives. So band and producer parted ways in 1969, a move Puckett today, in retrospect, concedes was a mistake. Puckett started a solo career in 1970, setting the original Union Gap band free the following year.
Puckett, whose solo efforts lacked the success he had had with the band – and with Fuller – dipped his toes into dance and acting through the 1970s until surfacing on the oldies show circuit in the early 1980s. He has been there ever since, never tiring of playing the oldies.
As Puckett put it in an interview with Charles Gabrean as seen on YouTube, “People say, ‘Aren’t you sick of Woman, Woman; Young Girl; Lady Willpower; Over You; This Girl is a Woman Now; whatever?’ I go, ‘No, because when I see the look on the people’s faces and I see them singing and smiling and how much they love those songs, it just elicits a brand-new response from me of ‘Wow, I see it again. There it is.’ ”