An Evening With Broadcast Legend Dick Biondi and Ronnie Rice Of The New Colony Six
The Legendary Dick Biondi, known as the Wild I-tralian, Dick Biondi began his broadcasting career in Corning, New York at station WCBA. Biondi spent two years with WKBW/Buffalo before moving to WLS/Chicago in 1960 where he has become a broadcast legend and radio hall-of-famer. He is credited to be the first American DJ to play the Beatles with their breakout hit "Please Please Me." You can still catch Dick spinning the oldies weekends on WLS-FM in Chicago
Music man Ronnie Rice of the New Colony Six!
If you remember greasers, surfing, hot rods, American Bandstand and all those great dances, fads and songs that came out of Detroit, Philadelphia and California or if you just want to have a really terrific time listening to some great Rock 'n Rollthen you're in for a real treat.
Shift into high gear because the excitement is about to begin. Tune up your doo-wah-diddies and bop-shoo-bops and get ready to shake, rattle and roll with "Mr. Sing-Along" himself Ronnie Rice.
Doors open at 4:30p.m. Dinner at 5:15p.m. Show at 6:30.
Prime Rib & Broasted Chicken Buffet Dinner
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12304 75th St. Entrance C
Kenosha, WI 53142
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