The Hit Men playing onstage


The Hit Men - Live!
Experience the hits of the 60s, 70s and 80s the way you first heard them, the way you remember them, performed by the guys who made and played the soundtrack of our lives. The Hit Men - Live! show features a string of number one hits from The Hit Men’s legendary musical legacy. Audiences all over America are thrilled as the The Hit Men rock through songs by the world class artists they performed and recorded with. Artists like Three Dog Night, Journey, The Rascals, The Turtles, Carly Simon, Elton John, Cat Stevens, Frankie Valli and many others. Audiences are standing, dancing and singing along to classic hits like “Joy To The World”, “Good Lovin’”, “The Locomotion”, “Peace Train”, “You’re So Vain”, “Leroy Brown”, “Dec. 63, Oh What A Night”, and more. During this exciting multi-media production, The Hit Men will take your audience behind the scenes with “insider” stories about what it was like on the road and in recording sessions with these mega-stars.
Time Travel
For buyers who have already had The Hit Men - Live! show: Time Travel is an all-new show, featuring top hit songs by more of the long list of artists with which The Hit Men have collaborated. This show is a response to the “when will you be coming back” entreaty they hear after every show from fans in the audience and on Facebook. The Hit Men reprise their time proven format of music, fun stories about the artists from their experiences with them on the road and in the studio as well as a stunning multimedia presentation and all new performances of number one hits by artists not included in their original show. They thrill their audiences with incredibly tight, pitch-perfect arrangements of hits by Hall Of Famers Cheap Trick, Rod Stewart, David Bowie, Derrick and the Dominos, and Sting, as well as their always requested standards by Journey, Carly Simon, The 4 Seasons, The Rascals, Cat Stevens, Carole King and many others. Audiences are whisked back in time experiencing hits like “I Want You To Want Me”, “Every Breath You Take”, “Maggie May”, “I’m Still Standin’”, “Modern Love” and more. The Hit Men Time Travel Tour will confirm to those who have seen the original show that these legendary musicians just keep on bringing it with their vast repertoire of hits and the Rock ‘n Roll history in which they played such a vital role. If you left the original show feeling like you were twenty-three again, you will leave Time Travel feeling like twenty-eight!
Celebrate The Season
What if a group of world class musicians and singers who contributed to some of the greatest rock 'n roll songs of all time decided to celebrate the holiday season with a show featuring a combination of their chart topping, platinum hits and a bunch of Christmas classics? Well, five of them have come together to do just that! They are The Hit Men, and their holiday show, a hit-packed, fun filled celebration of the season includes favorite number one hits by Journey, Foreigner, The Who, Carole King, The Turtles, Jim Croce, Carly Simon, Three Dog Night, The 4 Seasons, and Cat Stevens sprinkled with holiday tunes performed in Hit Men classic rock style – including "Santa Claus is Coming to Town", “Jingle Bell Rock”, “So This is Christmas (War Is Over)”, “Christmas Baby Please Come Home” and an explosive big-band swing arrangement of “Jingle Bells.” Come celebrate the holidays, and dance in the aisles with The Hit Men!
Symphony Of Hits
The Hit Men offer an exciting Pops concert featuring the music of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, Carly Simon, Cat Stevens, Elton John and many other 60’s, 70’s and 80’s superstars, arranged for symphony orchestra. Imagine the thrill of hearing wonderful, dynamic arrangements of rock classics performed by a full symphony orchestra together with five world class performers who have recorded and toured the world with these Hall of Fame artists. Part of what makes this show unique and special is that the orchestral arrangements were created by Jimmy Ryan, Lee Shapiro and Larry Gates of The Hit Men, successful orchestrators and composers in their own right.