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Rhythm Ramblers perform in Sun City

Posted 3/4/17

Dance to the music of the Rhythm Ramblers Band, directed by Barry Dale, vocalist and clarinetist.

The 18-piece band performs 2:30-4:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 7 at Sundial Auditorium, 14801 N. 103rd …

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Rhythm Ramblers perform in Sun City

Dance to the music of the Rhythm Ramblers Band, directed by Barry Dale, vocalist and clarinetist.

The 18-piece band performs 2:30-4:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 7 at Sundial Auditorium, 14801 N. 103rd Ave., offering music from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s.

Admission is $5 for current RCSC cardholders and $7 for escorted guests/visitors. Dress is casual. Attendees can bring their own drinks and snacks. Cups, ice and napkins are provided.

The Sundial Recreation Center boasts RCSC’s only indoor swimming pools. The exercise pool features an automated chair-lift for Cardholders with special needs and there is a ramp allowing easy access for those with disabilities. Numerous concerts and special events (including the annual RCSC membership meeting) are held in Sundial Auditorium, and the center boasts a large contingent of chartered clubs.

Sundial Center is also the home of the Sun City Mineral Museum, the finest of its genre in the Valley of the Sun. Operated by the RCSC Rockhound Club, the museum features rocks, minerals and geological specimens, and encourages visitors to check out the Fluorescent Room.  Admission is free.

2017 Spring Sun Bowl Concert Series

Turn the Page – Bob Seger Tribute
Sunday, March 12 at 6 p.m.

Get ready for some great rock & roll as we kick off the 2017 Spring Sun Bowl Concert Series when Sam Morrison takes to the stage in this tribute to Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band. One of the nation’s top tribute bands (CNBC News), we’re sure there will be all of the “Night Moves” and lots of “Old Time Rock and Roll” as you experience memories of these beloved hits.

Tonight’s The Night – Rod Stewart Tribute
Sunday, March 19 at 6 p.m.

Sun City AZ welcomes back this incredible dead-on Rod Stewart tribute artist Rob Caudill. Complete with soccer balls into the crowd and flamboyant dress, Caudill has the voice, look and mannerisms of Stewart throughout his career down pat. As the legendary Joe Walsh of The Eagle fame was quoted as saying, “Rob is Rod! This is one that will make you do a double take.  He is that good.”

Eric Clapton Experience
Sunday, March 26 at 6 p.m.

The Eric Clapton Experience is the ultimate tribute to 19 time Grammy winning Blues/Rock Artist Eric Clapton, who has been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame three times – the most of any artist! This band honors this legendary artist with seasoned musicians coming together to form a real Rocking/Blues Eric Clapton experience.

Doobie Brothers Tribute

Sunday, April 2 at 6:30 p.m.

This show promises to take you right back to those sweet summer nights (or great springtime Arizona evenings) with the music of a band like no other – The Doobie Brothers! You’ll be “Rockin’ Down the Highway” with over 40 years of hits that could only come from the Doobie’s unique sound – an infectious combination of rock, country, R&B, jazz and folk/Americana.

Sunday, April 9 at 6:30 p.m.

Mogollon, (pronounced Mug-e-on) began in the small Northeastern Arizona town of Overgaard. The name of the band is derived from the “Mogollon Rim.” Playing music was a good way for a few high school buddies to impress the girls and to combat the boredom of a small town. After a few performances, people agreed this “hobby” of theirs had potential – and they were right! Today, Mogollon has earned the reputation as one of the Premier Country Rock Entertainment groups in the West. Their performances are truly amazing – playing just about anything, from Hank Williams to Pink Floyd to their own original songs.

Savor – Santana Tribute
Sunday, April 16 at 6:30 p.m.

Savor was formed to honor the 40-year career of Latin-rock legend Carlos Santana – from the raw power of the self-titled album issued in 1969 to the recent spate of hits with current stars that makes Santana’s music so well-loved. These consummate musicians churn out hits like Oye Como Va, Black Magic Woman, Evil Ways, and more. You’ll close your eyes and think you’re listening to your favorite Santana album.

The Hamptons
Sunday, April 23 at 6:30 p.m.

Another encore Sun City AZ performance as we welcome back The Hamptons! From today’s hits to the oldies everyone knows by heart, the dance floor in front of the Sun Bowl stage will be standing room only, for sure!

Jumping Jack Flash – Rolling Stones Tribute
Sunday, April 30 at 6:30 p.m.

“Let’s Spend the Night Together” at the Sun Bowl with this repeat performance which promises all of the high energy antics and super stage presence in this great tribute to who many say are the rock & roll icons of music history – The Rolling Stones.

Doo-Wah Riders
Sunday, May 7 at 7 p.m.

We’ll end the Spring 2017 Sun Bowl concert series with a little bit ‘o country as the Doo-Wah Riders come back to Sun City AZ for this final show of the season. Possessing the rare combination of many years’ experience and youthful drive, this band defines their sounds as “high energy country with a Cajun twist.”