Back In The Dayz-Legends Of Rock & Roll (Boca Black Box- Boca Raton)

Posted on April 6th, 2017 · American Boca Raton Deals Music/Events/Other

* Back In The Dayz-Legends Of Rock & Roll.

If you want to see one of America’s premier 50s-60s-70s Rock & Roll cover bands in action- then plan on seeing The Shindigs’- Back In the Dayz- Legends Of Rock & Roll show on Sunday, April 9th (7pm) at the Boca Black Box, 8221 Glades Road, Boca Raton, Florida 33434, Box Office: (561) 483-9036, Tickets:, (discount tickets).

Jeff Eats has been following The Shindigs for years and I am telling you they are crazy good!

Here’s what Jeff Eats wrote about The Shindigs way-back on December 1, 2008…

Posted December 1, 2008
***** The Shindigs *****

This past Friday Night (November 28, 2008) I attended a private party at the Woodfield Country Club in Boca Raton. The evening’s entertainment featured a 4-piece South Florida based 1950’s-60’s-70’s tribute band…The Shindigs.

I have to tell you, that The Shindigs had a crowd of 250 up and dancing all night. The band did absolutely amazing covers of the hits of such groups/acts as (now get ready for this partial list in no particular order)…The Beatles, The Dave Clark Five, The Zombies, The Monkees, The Grass Roots, The Bee Gees, K.C & The Sunshine Band, The Commodores, The Rascals, Bachman-Turner Overdrive, The Byrds, The Temptations, Barry White, Chubby Checker, James Brown, Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, Dion & The Belmonts, Roy Orbison, The Beach Boys, Chicago, Gerry & The Pacemakers and Bill Haley & His Comets.

Take a look at The Shindigs’ website If you check the members’ bios…you will find that these guys aren’t “kids” playing rock’n’ roll, but rather… are seasoned-professional musicians with extensive music industry backgrounds. If you check “Events” you will find that in the upcoming months, The Shindigs have South Florida “free” gigs scheduled at such venues as the Hollywood Band Stand (12/3/08) and the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino (12/26/08)…

I am telling you, that if you like great classic rock ‘n roll/disco music from the 50’s-60’s-70’s, you will absolutely love The Shindigs. By the way, The Shindigs also perform a Beatles’ tribute show–costumes and all…under the name The Beatles Remembered. If you check You Tube, you will find a number of videos starring The Beatles Remembered and the performances are amazingly accurate…

The Shindigs are a band/act that you should make it your business to see. By the way, unlike many bands…The Shindigs’ music is 100% live, no tracks or tapes are used to enhance the band’s performance.

Don’t miss these guys!!



Back in the Daze….Party to the soundtrack of your life as we journey through the greatest hits of the 50s, 60s and 70s. Our show is 100% live as you sing, clap, dance, snap and enjoy! We make music the old fashioned way….we play it!!

Founder and Leader Brad Scott has an extensive resume! He started his professional career at age 18 traveling the world with Rock N Roll Hall of Fame Artists Herb Reed & the Platters.

Brad was also a member of:
Terry Johnson’s Flamingos – drummer/vocalist
Legends of Doo Wop – drummer
Roger McGuinn of the Byrds – drummer
Epcot’s British Invasion – drummer/vocalist
Elvis Impersonator Peter Alden – drummer/vocalist
‘N Motion Band, Universal City Walk – drummer/vocalist
The Al Morse Band – House of Blues, Orlando – drummer/vocalist
Whiter Shade of Pale video – hammond organ/ lead vocalist
Brad has also played with Rock N Roll Hall of Famers the Shirelles, Dennis Tufano of the Buckinghams, 60’s superstar Sonny Geraci, Mike Pinera of Blues Image, and John Stewart’s Legends in Concert.

2 Comments to “Back In The Dayz-Legends Of Rock & Roll (Boca Black Box- Boca Raton)”

  1. Stu Ballon says...

    Ive seen The Shindigs twice and they are a fabulous group of musicians. For those into 50s-70s music, they are about as it gets.

  2. John B says...

    The leader of the group Brad Scott is an amazing musician. You will love the show he and his group put on. I saw it the last time they were at the BBB and they were great.

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