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  • Thursday Apr 03 Doors open 6:30PM Show starts 7:30PM
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    Styx/Head East

    Classic rock group STYX is scheduled to for their first - ever appearance in Elkhart, Indiana at the historic Lerner Theatre on Thursday April 3 with HEAD EAST. Formed in a suburban Chicago basement in the early 1970s, Styx first came to Midwest regional attention with their hit single "Lady". Starting when Tommy Shaw joined the band in 1975, Styx reeled off 4 consecutive multi platinum selling albums "Crystal Ball", "The Grand Illusion", "Pieces Of Eight", and "Cornerstone". In 1981, a Gallup Poll named Styx as America's most popular rock band, and record sales, radio airplay and concert tour ticket sales backed up their status. Styx sold out New York's Madison Square Garden, Chicago Stadium, Reunion Arena in Dallas and The Forum in Los Angeles. In recent years, a new generation of Styx fans have joined with older Styx fans at concerts around the world. Styx has become a part of American pop culture, with their songs featured on tv shows including "Friends", "The Simpsons" and "Family Guy". In Adam Sandler's movie "Big Daddy", Sandler's character declares that "Styx is America's Greatest Rock Band!" The quirky Styx single "Mister Roboto" was featured in a car company commercial. Among Styx's many hit singles are "Come Sail Away", "The Grand Illusion", "Babe", "Too Much Time On My Hands", "Fooling Yourself (Angry Young Man)", "Renegade", "Blue Collar Man", "Lorelei", Suite Madame Blue", and "Snowblind". Head East was formed in the late 1970s in Saint Louis, Missouri. Led by founding member / singer / songwriter / keyboard player Roger Boyd, their breakthrough album was "Flat As A Pancake" on A & M Records, and featured "Never Been Any Reason." "Since You Been Gone," "Gettin' Lucky" and "Love Me Tonight" were also strong single releases for Head East. Head East had 3 sellout appearances at South Bend's Morris Civic Auditorium starting in May, 1979. In December, Head East joined with Midwest rockers Styx, REO Speedwagon and Ted Nugent for a sold out Tornado Relief concert at 8,000 capacity US Cellular Arena in Bloomington, Illinois.

  • Friday Apr 11 Doors open 7:00PM Show starts 8:00PM
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    Neal McCoy

    In a world where every single is the biggest hit, every song the best one ever, Neal McCoy has had his share of feel good radio records, a few meaningful ballads, the BMI Song of the Year with "Wink" and "The Shake" and a whole lot of fun. But he's spent almost two decades chasing "that song.' With "A-OK", the song that co-producer Blake Shelton found, the Longview, Texan entertainer's quest may be over. With its bouncing beat, bright melody and pure Andy Griffith whistle, the song about seeing the glass as half-full and the smile upside down in a frown is the perfect distillation of McCoy's always effervescent show.

  • Saturday Apr 12 Doors open 6:30PM Show starts 7:30PM
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    BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! These four world class musicians come from a long line of amazing musical talent, dating back to their grandfather, A renowned organist, choirmaster, and singer, with 3 of the 4 of his sons finding careers in music as well. Those sons, of course, being the boys' fathers. Giles and Ralph attended the Royal Academy of Music in England, Graham attended the Royal College of Music in England, and before Neal could choose which musical school he was headed for, his three family members persuaded him to join them and put together this one of a kind group. These talented musicians have put together a truly original show featuring five and six stringed electric violins, called violectras, a viola, and a cello. Some of the unique features of the show include Stringfever's acclaimed version of "Bolero," with all four members of the group playing one cello at the same time. At one point, the audience is challenged to a rousing game of name that tune, trying to guess 20 of the most popular film theme songs, including a rousing rendition of a "007, James Bond medley." The fantastic culmination of the show is the group's signature finale, "The History of Music . . . in 5 minutes." The unique instruments and charismatic personalities of the members of the group make Stringfever a truly unique and unforgettable, not to miss, musical experience. Since catching the attention of Europeans from one side of the continent to the other, Stringfever has decided to make the journey across the ocean and share their incredible show with their American friends. Catch the fever and find the cure with Stringfever, a truly unique musical experience!

  • Thursday Apr 24 Doors open 5:30PM Show starts 6:00PM
    Doors open 7:00PM Show starts 7:00PM
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    $50 Dinner and Show
    $20 Show Only

    Mark Hummel's Blues Survivors with Billy Flynn

    The Crystal Ballroom is excited to host Mark Hummel's Blues Survivors with Billy Flynn. An evening of entertainment and dining, however you choose. A "Dinner and Show" ticket will provide the best seating for the show. Mark Hummel is a road warrior - a true Blues Survivor. Along the way, he has crafted his own trademark harmonica sound - a subtle combination of tone, phrasing and attack, combined with a strong sense of swing. Hummel has achieved wide recognition through nearly constant touring and appearances at the major blues festivals which have firmly established his solid reputation around the US, Canada and Europe. Dinner includes beef brisket, BBQ chicken, grilled vegetables, roasted Yukon golds, potato salad - vinaigrette style, grilled sweet corn salad, summer berry salad, and apple pie.

  • Saturday Apr 26 Doors open 6:30PM Show starts 7:30PM
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    $72 Adults
    $60 Seniors
    $40 Students
    Children Free

    2014 Organ Concert and Silent Movie Package

    Four organ concerts featuring organists Clark Wilson and Mark Herman and the silent movies "The Cameraman," "Girl Shy," "The Mask of Zorro," and "Nosferatu."

  • Saturday Apr 26 Doors open 6:30PM Show starts 7:30PM
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    $20 Adults
    $17.50 Seniors
    $12.50 Students
    Children Free

    Organ Concert and Silent Movie: The Cameraman

    Organ concert and silent movie series #1 featuring organist Clark Wilson.

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