There are still tickets available to see David Cassidy at the beautiful Art Deco Saban Theatre (Formerly the Fox Wilshire). According to his official website, this may be David’s last tour in California due to the difficulty he has traveling.
The set list will include Cole Porter’s “Night and Day,” a song David remembers his dad teaching him to sing in the car when he was around three years old. David is also expected to play “Sweet Little Angel” as a tribute to BB King, one of his early inspirations. As a solo artist, David has had hit singles including “Cherish,” ”Could It Be Forever,” and ”How Can I Be Sure,” which will probably be grounding the setlist. The band’s guitarist, Dave Robicheau, is the former guitarist and backup singer for Davy Jones. At a recent stop on this tour, the band played the Monkees’ “Day Dream Believer” and “I’m a Believer.” David Cassidy also knows to give the audience what it wants, and he sings some Partridge Family hits, such as “Come on, Get Happy,” “I Think I Love You,” and “I Can Feel your Heartbeat.”
With Evelyn Ward and Jack Cassidy as parents, David Cassidy grew up in a show business family. His step-mother Shirley Jones ended up playing his mother on the Partridge Family. His half brother, Shaun Cassidy, starred in the Hardy Boys and became a fellow teen heartthrob. After The Partridge Family wrapped, David Cassidy embarked upon a wildly successful solo career, garnering him four platinum albums in a row. He later graduated from singing bubblegum to singing on Broadway and London’s West End. Eventually he made his way to Vegas, starring in the $75 million extravaganza “EFX.” He then produced and starred in “The Rat Pack Is Back!” with Emmy Award winning writer-producer Don Reo. . Simultaneously, David and Reo also produced “At the Copa,” in which David naturally starred. He continues acting, touring, and speaking out for various organizations battling Alzheimer’s. His official website reports, “David wanted to let you all know that he is looking forward to his 65th birthday so that he can say to people: “I actually made it!”
Opening set by Late Night Friends at 8pm. Doors 6pm. Headliners 9:00pm
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