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Wayne Newton at Arcada Theatre

Where

Arcada Theatre
105 E. Main St.
St. Charles, IL
(630) 962-7000

When

Sun, November 5, 2017
3:00 pm

Add to Calendar 2017-11-05 3:00 pm 2017-11-05 Wayne Newton at Arcada Theatre With a handful of hits to his credit, singer Wayne Newton has spent more than five decades as one of Las Vegas's most popular entertainers.

In 1962, singer Bobby Darin took Newton under his wing and helped him launch his solo career. Newton made it into the Top 20 with "Danke Schoen" the following year. In 1965, Newton hit the charts with another up-tempo ballad “Red Roses for a Blue Lady." And his last major single came in 1972 with “Daddy Don’t You Walk So Fast.” By this time, he had grown his trademark pencil-thin moustache, jazzed up his on-stage look and shifted his vocal range a bit lower.

While he later dropped off the charts, Newton enjoyed great success as an entertainer. He continued to perform in Las Vegas and to make guest appearances on television variety shows. For a time, Newton was the highest-paid act in Las Vegas. He remains a popular concert performer, playing gigs around the country. A supporter of the U.S. military, Newton has participated in numerous USO tours to entertain the troops.

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Tickets

$39

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With a handful of hits to his credit, singer Wayne Newton has spent more than five decades as one of Las Vegas's most popular entertainers.

In 1962, singer Bobby Darin took Newton under his wing and helped him launch his solo career. Newton made it into the Top 20 with "Danke Schoen" the following year. In 1965, Newton hit the charts with another up-tempo ballad “Red Roses for a Blue Lady." And his last major single came in 1972 with “Daddy Don’t You Walk So Fast.” By this time, he had grown his trademark pencil-thin moustache, jazzed up his on-stage look and shifted his vocal range a bit lower....

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