The Legend Continues

Known for their Revolutionary War-style attire and their memorable organ riffs, Paul Revere and the Raiders got their start in 1963 with a cover of Richard Berry's "Louie, Louie,".  They scored four Top Ten singles in the 1960’s with "Kicks," "Hungry," "Good Thing" and "Him or Me, What's It Gonna Be." Their biggest triumph came in 1971 with "Indian Reservation (The Lament of the Cherokee Reservation Indian)." A cover of a John D. Loudermilk-penned track, the Raiders' rendition became an unlikely smash, hitting Number One on the Billboard chart in July 1971 and selling over a million copies.  Their concerts were known for being larger than life, high-energy slapstick, with outrageous and spontaneous humor and a genuine childlike joy.

It took PAUL REVERE years to perfect the slick, fast-paced, dynamo of a show that has entertained audiences all over the world, an act that features his hand-picked band of the best showmen in the business. After decades of performing this well-oiled machine and long before PAUL’S passing in 2014, he decided to get off the road and hand over his legendary three-cornered hat to THE RAIDERS.

Continuing the PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS tradition are the extremely talented foundation of the show, long-time members (for over 40 years), Doug Heath, Ron Foos & Danny Krause, and rejoining the show is PAUL REVERE'S equally amazing son, Jamie Revere. Rounding out this lineup is multi-talented singer and former 10 year member of the LETTERMEN, Darren Dowler. Last but not least is powerhouse drummer, Tommy Scheckel, who was a member The BUCKINGHAMS for 27 years.

Together, the RAIDERS will continue to bring you the great PAUL REVERE & THE RAIDERS hits that you've come to enjoy over the years, along with the showmanship that has set them apart from most other bands performing today.

The music and laughs continue, and the tradition lives on!



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