La Crosse, WI: Deece Productions announces a brand new show “60 Winters Later” a Tribute to the Day the Music Died” held at the Weber Center for the Performing Arts Saturday February 9 at 7:30 PM. This will be a re-creation of the night we lost The Big Bopper, Ritchie Valens, and Buddy Holly. This performance will be Deece Production’s debut show at the Weber Center for the Performing Arts.
Greg Reierson will be portraying Dion. Greg has a master’s degree in vocal music and has been the director of the Central Wisconsin Chamber Choral for many years.
Laun Braithwaite will be portraying Buddy Holly. Laun has been a staple in the Midwest spanning two decades in his bands “Sonic Beats” and many others
” Laun Braithwaite’s uncanny ability to vocally mimic the vocal stylings and nuances of so many singers is amazing. I call him the Rich Little of classic rock.” Greg Koch
Karl Wallin will be portraying the Big Bopper. Karl has played at Opryland in Nashville for several years and toured the world with a Nashville based USO band based in Nashville.
Javier Trejo will be portraying Ritchie Valens. Singer/songwriter Javier Trejo was born in Monclava, Coahuila, Mexico and raised on St. Paul Minnesota’s west side. Trejo’s musical influences range from old-school country and Tejano music to R&B, and rock n roll.
“Guitarist, singer, and songsmith Javier Trejo, one of the finest talents around the Twin Cities….Whenever, wherever he plays, in whatever context, one constant is his ungodly guitar skill, smart songwriting, and powerfully emotive vocals.”-Twin Cities Daily Planet
Tickets are $25 and available at the Weber Center Box Office located at 428 Front St. La Crosse, WI, by phone at 608-784-9292, and online at www.webercenterarts.org.