Dr. K's Motown Revue

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October 23
at 8:00pm

Dr. K’s Motown Revue takes the audience on a genuine journey of the Motown sound that has you singing along with every beloved Motown hit.

The band stays faithful to the roots of Motown, and with each performance sends you back to another era. With the iconic coordinated costumes and perfected Motown dance routines, the band enthralls the audience; it is not just the songs, but the memories associated with them that leave an indelible stamp on the hearts and souls of generations of Motown fans around the world.

The group has performed at Lincoln Center, Central Park Stage, The United Nations, Mohegan Sun, B.B. King Blues Club & Grill, Jones Beach, African American Museum, Sellersville Theatre, The Boulton Center, and more.


 
Led by front man and founding member Paul Korman on bass, Dr. K's Motown Revue features vocalists Ivery Bell, Nirvana Lucie, Lisa Miller, Natasha Thomas, and Johnny Wimbush, guitaristist Wayne Jeffrey, drummer Craig Stewart, percussionist Harold Lee, keyboardist Etienne Lytell, saxophonist Roger Byam, and trumpeter and musical director Wayne Cobham.

 

 

The following protocols* will be in place for the safety of all staff, attendees, and visitors:

  • Proof of vaccination will be required upon entry.

  • Face coverings are required by all individuals on the premises at all times.

  • Routine cleaning and disinfecting, especially of all performance and shared spaces.

  • Bar services are unavailable, and no food or beverage will be permitted at this time.

*Protocols may be adjusted to reflect best practices for in-person theatrical performances as informed by NYS and CDC guidance.

Please click here for complete COVID guidelines and safety information.

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