The Jerseys are experienced entertainers who know how to work an audience. Highly interactive and energetic, each song is a celebration. With catchy, toe-tapping songs like: "Sherry," "Walk Like a Man," "Rag Doll," "Oh, What a Night," "Stay," and many more, this trip down memory lane is sure to please.


In their second set, they throw in some other pop songs from the 1960s, songs from a time of kissing at the drive-in and falling in love. Don't miss the fun!



Chris Starkey - an accomplished singer and dancer, performed all over the world with some of the top entertainers in the business.

Klint Rudolph - an accomplished theater actor, often performing at The Country Dinner Playhouse and the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.

Paul Dwyer - was artistic director and the resident funny guy and face of The Country Dinner Playhouse.

Randy St. Pierre - has been performing at theaters and events all over the world. Many years performing at the Country Dinner Playhouse.

Brian Walker-Smith - has been performing theater and music all over the country for years. He spent more than a decade at the Country Dinner Playhouse and is the lead singer of the official Country band of the National Western Stock Show in Denver.



Friday, March 24th at 8pm

Doors open at 7pm

Tickets: $27