Fifty Six
1950's Rock & Roll Revue

June 18, 2016 at
alt title Fifty Six

Fifty Six

Produced by TAD Management
Then: '56, a year that featured Coup de Villes and drive-in movies, Ed Sullivan and Milton Berle in your living room once a week.  Elvis had four Top Ten hits that year, alongside Dean Martin and The Platters, and he became a movie star, all in '56.  Now:  '56....four amazing musicians, individually accomplished in other genres, come together to ask this questions, "What if all those legends from Sun Records and the Louisiana Hayride never went to Hollywood, never made TV shows and movies, but were still just playing today?"  Put your glad-rags on and get ready to ROCK!


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Austin Case
Bass player

Austin began in music as a 9 yr. old drummer who, by the age of 11, could be found either drumming to ‘50s music, or competing on the competition snare line with the Mesa Caledonian Pipe Band, frequently taking first place in solo competitions.  (He has been

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Bret Kaiser
Lead Vocals

Bret’s musical career has taken him from New York to London via Hollywood and back again. A veteran performer, Bret’s powerful vocals garnered him a gold record in 1984 when he fronted ‘80’s MTV metal band, Madam X. Tours in the U.S.

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Jeff Garten

Sitting behind a kit since the age of 12, Jeff has performed with a variety of blues and hard rock/metal acts over the past 30 years. In 2007 Jeff was back in the studio recording with his other band CRUSHED for a third album, produced by none other than Mike

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Tom Mein

Both a player and a teacher - and now Gretsch Guitar’s newest endorsee! - Tom’s career as a guitarist spans 30+ yrs.  Growing up in Detroit, he learned his riffs listening to everything from Motown to Jazz to Rock to Punk. Tom has performed

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56 1950's Rock & Roll Revue

Produced by TAD Management

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