‘We are terribly saddened’: American Music Theater reacts to Bobby Rydell’s death, which was scheduled to occur in September | Entertainment

The American Music Theater released a statement in light of the passing of rock and roll singer Bobby Rydell on Tuesday.

Rydell was scheduled to perform at the American Music Theater in September, alongside Frankie Avalon and Fabian, as part of Dick Fox’s Golden Boys.

American Music Theater has yet to announce any plans for ticket holders for this show. The folks at the box office will notify ticket holders after speaking with the Avalon and Fabian teams, according to its statement.

“We are terribly saddened to learn of the passing of a wonderful friend, family man and performer. A true class act, on and off stage, and a true fan and supporter of music, Bobby could be found in the audience here, as often as out front. We will miss her presence so much. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Linda, her entire family and her huge group of friends and fans,” American Music Theater states on its homepage. for the gig.

As of Wednesday afternoon, tickets are still on sale for the 9/11 show at 3 p.m. Tickets range from $69 to $89.

For more information, visit amtshows.com/golden-boys.

Comments are closed.