Charlie Romo Sings The Classics (Boca Black Box- Boca Raton)

Posted on April 24th, 2017 · American Boca Raton Deals Music/Events/Other

* Charlie Romo Sings The Classics.

The guy just turned 21…

Charlie Romo is an off the chart great singer!

Don’t miss him!

The Skinny:
Charlie Romo Sings The Classics
Friday, 10/20/17 (8pm)
Boca Black Box
8221 Glades Road Suite #10,
Boca Raton, Florida 33434
Box Office: 483.9036
Tickets: – check for discount tickets
Charlie Romo: Video/Audio/Schedule/Info-

With intense excitement and enthusiasm, Charlie has a way of turning back the clock, without imitation, and like a kindred spirit, he embodies and channels the soul and sound of these cherished legends, the likes of Bobby Darin, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Elvis Presley, Dean Martin, and Bing Crosby. Charlie and his band gets his audience to respond in a wildly enthusiastic fashion as he brings back the romance, flair, subtlety, and the longing of the music that played through a smoky, satiny generation of courtship, club-going and dancing.

Charlie has an avid passion for, and a unique interpretation of recognizable renditions of popular standards from the 1950s and 1960s. He revives this music and style of a previous era in a dynamic and refreshing way. In this show, Charlie Romo Sings the Classics, and his song list often includes, “As Long As I Am Singing,” “Some Of These Days,” “Ace In The Hole,” “That’s All,” “Rags To Riches,” “Ain’t That A Kick In The Head,” “Goody Goody,” “Are You Lonesome Tonight,” “Volare,” “That’s Life,” “Let Me Try Again,” “Mack The Knife,” “The Curtain Falls,” “Lazy River,” and a Bobby Darin Medley, which included “Splish Splash,” “Beyond The Sea,” “Artificial Flowers,” and “Clementine.”
Charlie Romo’s captivating body language, radiant smile, personal warmth and pitch-perfect technical mastery reveals his fresh, new, exciting talent that profoundly engages, energizes and mesmerizes his audience at every show.

3 Comments to “Charlie Romo Sings The Classics (Boca Black Box- Boca Raton)”

  1. Danny D says...

    Just watched som You Tube videos, this guy can sing. Especially loved the Doo wop footage in the NYC subway station.

  2. JoyceEatsBagels says...

    Loved the videos.
    I remembered when you told us about Michael D’Amore before anyone in Florida had heard of him. Same for The Bronx Wanderers. Charlie Romo is going to be just like them, another find that every club, casino and resort in Florida will have on their stage in the very near future.

    The Bronx Wanderers
    Posted on December 11th, 2008 · Music/Events/Other · [edit]
    ***** The Bronx Wanderers *****

    I recently saw an absolutely phenomenal… Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons/Dion & The Belmonts’ tribute band called The Bronx Wanderers. In addition to featuring the hit-songs of these two legendary groups, The Bronx Wanderers have an enormous playlist of rock ‘n roll/disco hits from the 1950’s-1970’s. If “seeing is believing,” check-out the group’s website at where you will find terrific audio/video of these guys in action.

    Watching this 5-member band, was like having Frankie and Dion right in front of the crowd. Amazing covers. Just so you know, these guys are also no slouches when they play the hits of such bands/acts (a partial list, in no particular order) as Jay & The Americans, Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge, The Bee Gees, KC & The Sunshine Band, The Monkees, Neal Diamond, The Duprees, The Capris, The Beatles, The Classics, The Village People, Santo & Johnny, The Commodores and The Trammps.

    The only “problem” with The Bronx Wanderers is that they are a New York based group. They very rarely get-down to South Florida… as most of their appearances are in New York and New Jersey.

    Now for the good news…If you check The Bronx Wanderers’ “schedule”…you will find that the band has a number of South Florida dates in (now get this) January, 2010. I know it’s along way-off…but if you can swing it, you definitely want to see this group in action.

    If you like the music of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons–Dion & The Belmonts…you will absolutely love The Bronx Wanderers.

    * Kings Point Theater–Voices Of Legends (Delray Beach)
    Posted on December 12th, 2013 · Delray Beach Music/Events/Other · [edit]
    * Kings Point Theater– “Voices Of Legends.”
    Got something for “some” of you guys…

    On Saturday Night, January 18, 2014-at 8pm…”Voices Of Legends” is in concert at the Kings Point Theater in Delray Beach.

    The show’s headline act…

    The Dubs who in the 50s-60s charted with the hits “Could This Be Magic”–“Chapel Of Dreams”–“Don’t Ask Me To Be Lonely.”

    The show also features former Mystic- Johnny T…one of America’s top-50s/60s Rock N Roll tribute artists—who covers such greats as Dion, Paul Anka, Bobby Darin…you can check for videos/schedule.

    Now, for the real kicker here…

    Also on the bill, Michael D’Amore—one of Jeff Eats’ all-time favorite “Adult Contemporary” artists. Right about now, you may (or may not) be saying…”Who the hell is Michael D’Amore, I never heard of the guy?” To which Jeff Eats replies…”Go to and click on the videos and you’ll see–actually hear why I absolutely love this guy. Nothing for nothing, New Jersey based D’Amore rarely-if-ever plays South Florida, so you gotta know that Jeff Eats will definitely be at this show.

    The particulars on venue/tickets:

    Kings Point Theater Voices Of Legends
    Concert Series 8pm Show
    7000 W Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, FL
    For tickets call (561) 499-3335 Ext 225
    Residents: $15, Non-Residents: $18.

  3. Murray Strauss says...

    He is soooooooo young and I now feel sooooooooo old.

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