The Atlantic City Boys
It must be something in the water. New Jersey seems to bring out more than its fair share of singers. There was, of course ‘Ole Blue Eyes, Springsteen, Bon Jovi and Franky Valli and the Four Seasons. To that illustrious group, add The Atlantic City Boys, a group that takes you back to the days of street corner crooners and wonderful harmonies and songs you fell in love to.
The Atlantic City Boys was created in 2008 as a tribute band to Frankie Valli, but the four talented lead singers and live band have expanded to cover some of the greatest sounds of rock ‘n roll from its very beginnings, from the Drifters to the Beach Boys to the Bee Gees and beyond. Each of the members of the quartet takes a turn leading the group, creating a dynamic atmosphere that changes for each tune.
Whatever your favorite musical era, The Boys have you covered. From Rat Pack hits like “The Lady is a Tramp” and “New York, New York,” to ‘60s favorites like “In the Still of the Night” and “Don’t be Cruel” to yes, the Four Seasons, the boys will take you on a trip down Memory Lane. Then they’ll have you dancing in your seats with the Beach Boys, the Beatles and The Bee Gees. You’ll sing along to “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Let’s Hang On,” ‘Don’t Be Cruel,” “Save the Last Dance for Me,” “Luck Be a Lady,” ‘Barbara Anne,” and “Little Deuce Coupe.” Every song is a reminder of a time when you knew every song that was on the radio.
“The Atlantic City Boys were the best! We had a full house and everyone was cheering for each one of the boys. They are some of the nicest guys and put on an incredible show, after which they stayed to meet with the audience.” - Naomi Well, Hard Rock Casino, Tampa
Come on down. You should be dancin’ the night away.