Indeed, the Justin Ploof and the Throwbacks' shows combine songs from a chosen band (or era) with video archives interspersed with facts about the music. "We're literally building the show from top to bottom," Ploof said.
Ploof plays with his brother, Jason, and his father, Dan, and assorted musicians back them up. Past shows have covered the music of the Beatles,
The nostalgic music connects with the audience, Justin Ploof said, and "video can bring people right back to that moment" when they first heard the song or saw the image.
Season tickets are on sale for the fourth season of the series, which is at
--The Rolling Stones (
--Crossroads: The Eric Clapton Story (Feb. 25-27).
--Teenage Idol: The Ricky Nelson Story (
As for a fifth season of Rockumentary? Justin Ploof said at the end of a series, the group makes a long list of suggestions for upcoming shows. Some future possibilities:
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Season tickets are on sale now for Justin Ploof and the Throwbacks' series. They cost
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