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Posted on: Wednesday, February 7, 2001

Three rock favorites to crash 'Uncle Tom's Dance Party'

By Wayne Harada
Advertiser Entertainment Editor

"Uncle Tom’s Dance Party," another musical stroll down memory lane with promoter and former radio man Tom Moffatt as host, will assemble three rock favorites from the past in a dance-concert at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 24 at the Hawaii Ballroom, Sheraton Waikiki Hotel.

The performers will include:

Johnny Rivers, whose hits span the decades and include such classics as "Memphis," "Secret Agent Man," "Slow Dancing," "Seventh Son," "The Tracks of My Tears" and "Midnight Special." He performed at the Blaisdell Concert Hall three years ago.

Little Eva, who was a baby sitter for composer Carole King, when she recorded King’s "Loco-Motion."

Rare Earth, the Detroit-based, five-member combo, whose Motown powerhouses include "I Just Want to Celebrate," "Get Ready" and "Born to Wander."

There will be table seating, plus two dance floors.

Tickets: $35 Golden Circle, $25 regular reserved seating, on sale Saturday at Ticket Plus locations, including the Blaisdell Center box office. Charge by phone: 526-4400 (Ticket Plus).

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