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Dec
5
Sat
2015
Estero, FL – Brian Howe former lead singer of Bad Copany presents Canine Crusade Benefit Concert @ Canine Crusade Benefit Concert @ Canine Crusade Benefit Concert
Dec 5 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Brian Howe, former lead singer of Bad Company is organizing and performing along with special guests, Henry Gross (Shannon) and others…benefiting Have A Heart, Inc., an animal rescue organization saving lives and finding homes for dogs. Raffle, food and drink included. Tickets available: Skyes Mexican Restaurant, Ft. Myers Beach, The Pier Side Grill, Ft. Myers Beach, All Creatures Animal Hospital, Naples, Bayridge Animal Hospital, Naples, Animal Life Hospital, Naples

Dec
6
Sun
2015
West Palm Beach, FL – Lafayette’s @ Lafayette's Music Room
Dec 6 @ 7:00 pm

Henry Gross
Start time
7:00 pm
Tickets
Ticket Link
Best-known for the soft rock hit “Shannon,” singer/songwriter Henry Gross (born April 1, 1951) grew up in a musical family — his mother briefly performed with New York’s Metropolitan Opera Chorus, and Gross himself was playing in the city’s clubs by the time he was 14. In 1969, Gross became a founding member of the doo wop revival group Sha Na Na, performing with them at the Fillmore and Woodstock. However, Gross left the group the following year and landed a contract with ABC Dunhill Records in 1971; while his first solo outing didn’t receive much attention, Gross persevered and was ultimately signed to A&M Records by producers Cashman & West. 1973’s Henry Gross, his first album for A&M, sold well regionally and set the stage for the following year’s Plug Me into Something, which took his popularity to another level. Gross then moved to Cashman & West’s own label Lifesong for his next effort, Release, which featured the gold single “Shannon,” a song inspired by the death of Carl Wilson’s Irish Setter. Despite the popularity of Release and its singles, Gross’ follow-up, Show Me to the Stage, didn’t produce any hits. After switching to CBS, he issued Love Is the Stuff and released What’s in a Name on Capitol in 1981; he also recorded another album for the label that was never released. For several years, Gross returned to the stage, performing in a touring production of Pump Boys and Dinettes before moving to Nashville in 1986. Gross then signed a publishing deal with Pic a Lic Music, releasing I Keep on Rocking and She’s My Baby in Japan and Europe. By the ’90s, Gross had his own label, Zelda Records, where he released albums like 1993’s Nothing but Dreams. He also had a thriving career as a songwriter, penning the Blackhawk hit “Big Guitar” with the band’s Henry Paul, as well as writing songs for Ronnie Milsap, Sonny Burgess, Cindy Lauper, Judy Collins, and Mary Travers. ~ Heather Phares

Dec
11
Fri
2015
Clearwater, FL – Ruth Eckerd Hall Presents Bowzer’s Oldies Show Holiday Party @ Ruth Eckerd Hall
Dec 11 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

The 9th Annual Bowzer’s Rock ‘N’ Roll Holiday Party hosted by Jon “Bowzer” Bauman returns to Ruth Eckerd Hall. Herman’s Hermits Starring Peter Noone (Henry the Eighth, I Am), Gary “U.S.” Bonds (Quarter to Three), Freddy “Boom Boom” Cannon (Palisades Park), Joey Dee (Peppermint Twist), Bowzer & The Stingrays and Rocky & The Rollers along with a specialSha Na Na Reunion with Bowzer, Johnny Contardo, and Henry Gross (Shannon). VIP reception available.

*$125 Dinner Package includes a premium seat, pre-show dinner and a voucher for free valet parking. Valet service begins 15 minutes before pre-show dinner doors open. Artist does not appear at Dinner.

**$113.75 VIP ticket includes a post-show meet & greet.

Dec
13
Sun
2015
West Palm Beach, FL – Lafayette’s @ Lafayette's Music Room
Dec 13 @ 7:00 pm

Henry Gross
Start time
7:00 pm
Tickets
Ticket Link
Best-known for the soft rock hit “Shannon,” singer/songwriter Henry Gross (born April 1, 1951) grew up in a musical family — his mother briefly performed with New York’s Metropolitan Opera Chorus, and Gross himself was playing in the city’s clubs by the time he was 14. In 1969, Gross became a founding member of the doo wop revival group Sha Na Na, performing with them at the Fillmore and Woodstock. However, Gross left the group the following year and landed a contract with ABC Dunhill Records in 1971; while his first solo outing didn’t receive much attention, Gross persevered and was ultimately signed to A&M Records by producers Cashman & West. 1973’s Henry Gross, his first album for A&M, sold well regionally and set the stage for the following year’s Plug Me into Something, which took his popularity to another level. Gross then moved to Cashman & West’s own label Lifesong for his next effort, Release, which featured the gold single “Shannon,” a song inspired by the death of Carl Wilson’s Irish Setter. Despite the popularity of Release and its singles, Gross’ follow-up, Show Me to the Stage, didn’t produce any hits. After switching to CBS, he issued Love Is the Stuff and released What’s in a Name on Capitol in 1981; he also recorded another album for the label that was never released. For several years, Gross returned to the stage, performing in a touring production of Pump Boys and Dinettes before moving to Nashville in 1986. Gross then signed a publishing deal with Pic a Lic Music, releasing I Keep on Rocking and She’s My Baby in Japan and Europe. By the ’90s, Gross had his own label, Zelda Records, where he released albums like 1993’s Nothing but Dreams. He also had a thriving career as a songwriter, penning the Blackhawk hit “Big Guitar” with the band’s Henry Paul, as well as writing songs for Ronnie Milsap, Sonny Burgess, Cindy Lauper, Judy Collins, and Mary Travers. ~ Heather Phares

Dec
20
Sun
2015
West Palm Beach, FL – Lafayette’s @ Lafayette's Music Room
Dec 20 @ 7:00 pm

Henry Gross
Start time
7:00 pm
Tickets
Ticket Link
Best-known for the soft rock hit “Shannon,” singer/songwriter Henry Gross (born April 1, 1951) grew up in a musical family — his mother briefly performed with New York’s Metropolitan Opera Chorus, and Gross himself was playing in the city’s clubs by the time he was 14. In 1969, Gross became a founding member of the doo wop revival group Sha Na Na, performing with them at the Fillmore and Woodstock. However, Gross left the group the following year and landed a contract with ABC Dunhill Records in 1971; while his first solo outing didn’t receive much attention, Gross persevered and was ultimately signed to A&M Records by producers Cashman & West. 1973’s Henry Gross, his first album for A&M, sold well regionally and set the stage for the following year’s Plug Me into Something, which took his popularity to another level. Gross then moved to Cashman & West’s own label Lifesong for his next effort, Release, which featured the gold single “Shannon,” a song inspired by the death of Carl Wilson’s Irish Setter. Despite the popularity of Release and its singles, Gross’ follow-up, Show Me to the Stage, didn’t produce any hits. After switching to CBS, he issued Love Is the Stuff and released What’s in a Name on Capitol in 1981; he also recorded another album for the label that was never released. For several years, Gross returned to the stage, performing in a touring production of Pump Boys and Dinettes before moving to Nashville in 1986. Gross then signed a publishing deal with Pic a Lic Music, releasing I Keep on Rocking and She’s My Baby in Japan and Europe. By the ’90s, Gross had his own label, Zelda Records, where he released albums like 1993’s Nothing but Dreams. He also had a thriving career as a songwriter, penning the Blackhawk hit “Big Guitar” with the band’s Henry Paul, as well as writing songs for Ronnie Milsap, Sonny Burgess, Cindy Lauper, Judy Collins, and Mary Travers. ~ Heather Phares

Dec
27
Sun
2015
West Palm Beach, FL – Lafayette’s @ Lafayette's Music Room
Dec 27 @ 7:00 pm

Henry Gross
Start time
7:00 pm
Tickets
Ticket Link
Best-known for the soft rock hit “Shannon,” singer/songwriter Henry Gross (born April 1, 1951) grew up in a musical family — his mother briefly performed with New York’s Metropolitan Opera Chorus, and Gross himself was playing in the city’s clubs by the time he was 14. In 1969, Gross became a founding member of the doo wop revival group Sha Na Na, performing with them at the Fillmore and Woodstock. However, Gross left the group the following year and landed a contract with ABC Dunhill Records in 1971; while his first solo outing didn’t receive much attention, Gross persevered and was ultimately signed to A&M Records by producers Cashman & West. 1973’s Henry Gross, his first album for A&M, sold well regionally and set the stage for the following year’s Plug Me into Something, which took his popularity to another level. Gross then moved to Cashman & West’s own label Lifesong for his next effort, Release, which featured the gold single “Shannon,” a song inspired by the death of Carl Wilson’s Irish Setter. Despite the popularity of Release and its singles, Gross’ follow-up, Show Me to the Stage, didn’t produce any hits. After switching to CBS, he issued Love Is the Stuff and released What’s in a Name on Capitol in 1981; he also recorded another album for the label that was never released. For several years, Gross returned to the stage, performing in a touring production of Pump Boys and Dinettes before moving to Nashville in 1986. Gross then signed a publishing deal with Pic a Lic Music, releasing I Keep on Rocking and She’s My Baby in Japan and Europe. By the ’90s, Gross had his own label, Zelda Records, where he released albums like 1993’s Nothing but Dreams. He also had a thriving career as a songwriter, penning the Blackhawk hit “Big Guitar” with the band’s Henry Paul, as well as writing songs for Ronnie Milsap, Sonny Burgess, Cindy Lauper, Judy Collins, and Mary Travers. ~ Heather Phares

Jan
3
Sun
2016
West Palm Beach, FL – Lafayette’s @ Lafayette's Music Room
Jan 3 @ 7:00 pm

Henry Gross
Start time
7:00 pm
Tickets
Ticket Link
Best-known for the soft rock hit “Shannon,” singer/songwriter Henry Gross (born April 1, 1951) grew up in a musical family — his mother briefly performed with New York’s Metropolitan Opera Chorus, and Gross himself was playing in the city’s clubs by the time he was 14. In 1969, Gross became a founding member of the doo wop revival group Sha Na Na, performing with them at the Fillmore and Woodstock. However, Gross left the group the following year and landed a contract with ABC Dunhill Records in 1971; while his first solo outing didn’t receive much attention, Gross persevered and was ultimately signed to A&M Records by producers Cashman & West. 1973’s Henry Gross, his first album for A&M, sold well regionally and set the stage for the following year’s Plug Me into Something, which took his popularity to another level. Gross then moved to Cashman & West’s own label Lifesong for his next effort, Release, which featured the gold single “Shannon,” a song inspired by the death of Carl Wilson’s Irish Setter. Despite the popularity of Release and its singles, Gross’ follow-up, Show Me to the Stage, didn’t produce any hits. After switching to CBS, he issued Love Is the Stuff and released What’s in a Name on Capitol in 1981; he also recorded another album for the label that was never released. For several years, Gross returned to the stage, performing in a touring production of Pump Boys and Dinettes before moving to Nashville in 1986. Gross then signed a publishing deal with Pic a Lic Music, releasing I Keep on Rocking and She’s My Baby in Japan and Europe. By the ’90s, Gross had his own label, Zelda Records, where he released albums like 1993’s Nothing but Dreams. He also had a thriving career as a songwriter, penning the Blackhawk hit “Big Guitar” with the band’s Henry Paul, as well as writing songs for Ronnie Milsap, Sonny Burgess, Cindy Lauper, Judy Collins, and Mary Travers. ~ Heather Phares

Jan
10
Sun
2016
West Palm Beach, FL – Lafayette’s @ Lafayette's Music Room
Jan 10 @ 7:00 pm

Henry Gross
Start time
7:00 pm
Tickets
Ticket Link
Best-known for the soft rock hit “Shannon,” singer/songwriter Henry Gross (born April 1, 1951) grew up in a musical family — his mother briefly performed with New York’s Metropolitan Opera Chorus, and Gross himself was playing in the city’s clubs by the time he was 14. In 1969, Gross became a founding member of the doo wop revival group Sha Na Na, performing with them at the Fillmore and Woodstock. However, Gross left the group the following year and landed a contract with ABC Dunhill Records in 1971; while his first solo outing didn’t receive much attention, Gross persevered and was ultimately signed to A&M Records by producers Cashman & West. 1973’s Henry Gross, his first album for A&M, sold well regionally and set the stage for the following year’s Plug Me into Something, which took his popularity to another level. Gross then moved to Cashman & West’s own label Lifesong for his next effort, Release, which featured the gold single “Shannon,” a song inspired by the death of Carl Wilson’s Irish Setter. Despite the popularity of Release and its singles, Gross’ follow-up, Show Me to the Stage, didn’t produce any hits. After switching to CBS, he issued Love Is the Stuff and released What’s in a Name on Capitol in 1981; he also recorded another album for the label that was never released. For several years, Gross returned to the stage, performing in a touring production of Pump Boys and Dinettes before moving to Nashville in 1986. Gross then signed a publishing deal with Pic a Lic Music, releasing I Keep on Rocking and She’s My Baby in Japan and Europe. By the ’90s, Gross had his own label, Zelda Records, where he released albums like 1993’s Nothing but Dreams. He also had a thriving career as a songwriter, penning the Blackhawk hit “Big Guitar” with the band’s Henry Paul, as well as writing songs for Ronnie Milsap, Sonny Burgess, Cindy Lauper, Judy Collins, and Mary Travers. ~ Heather Phares

Jan
17
Sun
2016
West Palm Beach, FL – Lafayette’s @ Lafayette's Music Room
Jan 17 @ 7:00 pm

Henry Gross
Start time
7:00 pm
Tickets
Ticket Link
Best-known for the soft rock hit “Shannon,” singer/songwriter Henry Gross (born April 1, 1951) grew up in a musical family — his mother briefly performed with New York’s Metropolitan Opera Chorus, and Gross himself was playing in the city’s clubs by the time he was 14. In 1969, Gross became a founding member of the doo wop revival group Sha Na Na, performing with them at the Fillmore and Woodstock. However, Gross left the group the following year and landed a contract with ABC Dunhill Records in 1971; while his first solo outing didn’t receive much attention, Gross persevered and was ultimately signed to A&M Records by producers Cashman & West. 1973’s Henry Gross, his first album for A&M, sold well regionally and set the stage for the following year’s Plug Me into Something, which took his popularity to another level. Gross then moved to Cashman & West’s own label Lifesong for his next effort, Release, which featured the gold single “Shannon,” a song inspired by the death of Carl Wilson’s Irish Setter. Despite the popularity of Release and its singles, Gross’ follow-up, Show Me to the Stage, didn’t produce any hits. After switching to CBS, he issued Love Is the Stuff and released What’s in a Name on Capitol in 1981; he also recorded another album for the label that was never released. For several years, Gross returned to the stage, performing in a touring production of Pump Boys and Dinettes before moving to Nashville in 1986. Gross then signed a publishing deal with Pic a Lic Music, releasing I Keep on Rocking and She’s My Baby in Japan and Europe. By the ’90s, Gross had his own label, Zelda Records, where he released albums like 1993’s Nothing but Dreams. He also had a thriving career as a songwriter, penning the Blackhawk hit “Big Guitar” with the band’s Henry Paul, as well as writing songs for Ronnie Milsap, Sonny Burgess, Cindy Lauper, Judy Collins, and Mary Travers. ~ Heather Phares

Jan
24
Sun
2016
West Palm Beach, FL – Lafayette’s @ Lafayette's Music Room
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm

Henry Gross
Start time
7:00 pm
Tickets
Ticket Link
Best-known for the soft rock hit “Shannon,” singer/songwriter Henry Gross (born April 1, 1951) grew up in a musical family — his mother briefly performed with New York’s Metropolitan Opera Chorus, and Gross himself was playing in the city’s clubs by the time he was 14. In 1969, Gross became a founding member of the doo wop revival group Sha Na Na, performing with them at the Fillmore and Woodstock. However, Gross left the group the following year and landed a contract with ABC Dunhill Records in 1971; while his first solo outing didn’t receive much attention, Gross persevered and was ultimately signed to A&M Records by producers Cashman & West. 1973’s Henry Gross, his first album for A&M, sold well regionally and set the stage for the following year’s Plug Me into Something, which took his popularity to another level. Gross then moved to Cashman & West’s own label Lifesong for his next effort, Release, which featured the gold single “Shannon,” a song inspired by the death of Carl Wilson’s Irish Setter. Despite the popularity of Release and its singles, Gross’ follow-up, Show Me to the Stage, didn’t produce any hits. After switching to CBS, he issued Love Is the Stuff and released What’s in a Name on Capitol in 1981; he also recorded another album for the label that was never released. For several years, Gross returned to the stage, performing in a touring production of Pump Boys and Dinettes before moving to Nashville in 1986. Gross then signed a publishing deal with Pic a Lic Music, releasing I Keep on Rocking and She’s My Baby in Japan and Europe. By the ’90s, Gross had his own label, Zelda Records, where he released albums like 1993’s Nothing but Dreams. He also had a thriving career as a songwriter, penning the Blackhawk hit “Big Guitar” with the band’s Henry Paul, as well as writing songs for Ronnie Milsap, Sonny Burgess, Cindy Lauper, Judy Collins, and Mary Travers. ~ Heather Phares