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CONTACT: Edie BrownPhone: (410) 627-9600E-mail:Edie@ediebrownassociates.com 
For Immediate Release
 
THE RASCALS ARE BACK TOGETHER AGAINFOR THE FIRST TIME IN 40 YEARS
 CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED, SOLD-OUT BROADWAY ENGAGEMENT OF THE RASCALS: ONCE UPON A DREAM TO PLAY at the MODELL LYRIC in BALTIMORE 
3 PERFORMANCES ONLY OCTOBER 3-5, 2013
 STARRING THE REAL ORIGINAL BAND MEMBERSFELIX CAVALIERE, EDDIE BRIGATI, DINO DANELLI & GENE CORNISH  TICKETS ON SALE NOW! Directed by STEVEN VAN ZANDT & MARC BRICKMAN Written by STEVEN VAN ZANDT Music and Lyrics by FELIX CAVALIERE & EDDIE BRIGATI
 
Stage, Video and Lighting Design by MARC BRICKMAN (Baltimore - JULY 10, 2013) Producers Steven Van Zandt and MaureenVan Zandt, Marc Brickman, Larry Magid and BASE Entertainment arethrilled to announce that following a critically acclaimed, sold-outBroadway engagement, THE RASCALS: ONCE UPON A DREAM willembark on a tour to play venues across North America. The tour kicksoff May 24, 2013 at Hard Rock Live at the Seminole Hard Rock Hoteland Casino in Hollywood, Florida. THE RASCALS: ONCE UPON A DREAMwill play in BALTIMORE at the MODELL LYRIC OCTOBER 3rd -5th for
 
3performances only.A hybrid of a rock 'n' roll concert and a Broadway show, THE RASCALS:ONCE UPON A DREAM marks the first time The Rascals, America'sclassic blue-eyed soul band,have played together since 1970. Originalband members Felix Cavaliere (keyboard & vocals), Eddie Brigati(vocals), Dino Danelli (drums) and Gene Cornish (guitar) will present acomplete concert performance including songs that captured the spiritof America in the 1960's, such as their smash hits "Good Lovin',""Lonely Too Long," "It's a Beautiful Morning," "How Can I Be Sure" and"Groovin'." The production will also feature the history of the iconicgroup told through archival footage, narration, and dramatic filmsegments viewed on the latest LED screen technology. THE RASCALS:ONCE UPON A DREAM made its debut at the Capitol Theatre in PortChester, NY. Originally scheduled to play three performances inDecember 2012, an additional three shows had to be added toaccommodate the demand for this unique concert experience. THE RASCALS: ONCE UPON A DREAM, premiered on Broadway tocritical acclaim this spring selling out 15 performances. The show isdirected by Steven Van Zandt and Marc Brickman, with music by FelixCavaliere and Eddie Brigati. THE RASCALS: ONCE UPON A DREAM hasstage, video and lighting design by Brickman and has music productionand is written by legendary guitarist Van Zandt. Performances beganMonday, April 15th at Broadway's Richard Rodgers Theatre (226 West46th Street), and play through Sunday, May 5th. Opening night was Tuesday, April 16th. Tickets for THE RASCALS: ONCE UPON A DREAM are on sale now. Ticket prices will range from $40 to $125 and can be purchased byvisitingwww.ticketmaster.com, or calling 410-547-7328. THE RASCALS: ONCE UPON A DREAMwill play at The Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric140 West Mount Royal AvenueBaltimore, MD 21201 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3rd 7:30PMFRIDAY, OCTOBER 4th 7:30PMSATURDAY, OCTOBER 5th 8:00PM Tickets range from $40 to $125 and are available online
 
at
www.ticketmaster.com
, or at the Modell Lyric box office from 10AM to4PM, Monday thru Friday.To charge by phone call 410-547-SEAT(7328). National PR Contact:Rubenstein Communications, Inc.Amy Jacobs, ajacobs@rubenstein.comGina Salese, gsalese@rubenstein.com # # # BIOS:  THE RASCALS, formerly known as The Young Rascals, are one of themost influential, and artistically important American bands in Rock andRoll history. In a time dominated by the English rock acts of the BritishInvasion, The Rascals not only survived but thrived. The post-twist New York, New Jersey, and Long Island club scenes bred the band, an outfitwhose sound grew more sophisticated as time went on but stayedrooted in the blue-eyed soul that was its first reason for being. At first ahard-hitting band reminiscent of the early Animals, the Rascals drewfrom the same well that fed the then-burgeoning garage rock scene. They would go on to lead the way for Blue Eyed Soul to Folk Rock toProtest to Civil Rights, blending white Pop melodies with black soul andR&B muscle. Though they never brandished their politics like somebands, the Rascals truly lived theirs, fighting discrimination bydemanding that a black act appear on the bill at each of its concerts. Their music would span the entire decade from the early Go-Go danceparties right through the psychedelic era - and beyond. The bandreleased numerous top ten singles in the mid- and late-1960s,including "How Can I Be Sure", "Come On Up", "You Better Run", "I'veBeen Lonely Too Long", "Beautiful Morning", and the #1 hits "GoodLovin'", "Groovin'", and "People Got to Be Free". They went theirseparate ways in the early 70's, finally reuniting for one night in May of 1997 when Steven Van Zandt inducted them into the prestigious Rockand Roll Hall of Fame. And now the day music historians neverthought would happen, The Rascals' original lineup-Felix Cavaliere,Gene Cornish, Eddie Brigati and Dino Danelli-have reunited for theirfirst public performances in 40 years with "Once Upon A Dream," acombination concert/theatrical event produced and directed by StevenVan Zandt and lighting/projection wizard Marc Brickman. Ladies and

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