Rascals fans rejoice; for the first time in 45 years, all four original members of the beloved ’60s group will perform in Los Angeles when its acclaimed part concert, part stage show ‘Once Upon A Dream’ makes a stop at the Greek Theatre.
After selling out a 15 show run on Broadway this year, The Rascals’ ‘Dream’ tour will debut at L.A.’s Greek Theatre on October 10th for just one night only, the group announced Tuesday.
The Rascals’ Felix Cavaliere (keyboard & vocals), Eddie Brigati (vocals), Dino Danelli (drums) and Gene Cornish (guitar) have reunited for the first time since 1970 in a new concert production written and co-directed by E Street Band member, Steven Van Zandt.
Featuring such classic hits like “Groovin,'” “Good Lovin,'” and “It’s A Beautiful Morning,” the show also tells the history of the group by incorporating “archival footage, narration and film segments,” on state of the art LED screens, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The last time The Rascals performed their blue-eyed soul hits in L.A. was in 1968 at the Hollywood Bowl, featuring a lineup that included Tommy James and the Shondells and Eric Burdon.