Early Clover

Early CloverAn interview with Early Clover (Earlyclover.net), one of the top male singers ever to grace Las Vegas and currently performs in Forever Doo Wop and Forever Motor City at the historic Riviera Hotel & Casino on the famed Las Vegas Strip.

Produced by Red Mercury Entertainment and featuring a collection of hit songs ranging from The Temptations to Stevie Wonder to the Supremes and The Marvelettes, Forever Doo Wop and Forever Motor City play nightly in the 170-seat Le Bistro Lounge inside the Riviera.

Forever Doo Wop takes audiences on an unforgettable journey the exciting history of Doo Wop music. Paying homage to one of America’s most persuasive art forms, Forever Doo Wop is comprised of a series of vignettes and mini-concerts, spanning all genres of Doo Wop, with a DJ just like the days in Dick Clark’s American Bandstand. There’s lots of dancing, a trivia contest, and the songs performed throughout the show are true American classics, including: “In the Still of the Night,” “Earth Angel,” “My Prayer,” “Da Doo Ron Ron,” “Maybe,” “Duke of Earl,” “Under the Boardwalk,” “Why Do Fools Fall in Love,” and many more

Directed by Broadway veteran Gary Kupper and featuring a cast of brilliant entertainers and former members of legendary Motown musical groups including The Spinners, The Main Ingredient and The Marvelettes, Forever Motor City offers a non-stop, high-energy trip down memory lane. The iconic Motown sound, featuring the hit songs America grew up on, is recreated down to the slightest vocal and musical nuance. Sing, dance and celebrate songs by such American icons as Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson, The Temptations, The Supremes, Stevie Wonder, Lionel Richie, The Four Tops, and the rest of the renowned Motown roster. Motown songs performed by the stellar cast include: “For Once in My Life,” “My Girl,” “Sugar Pie Honey Bunch,” “I Heard It Through The Grapevine,” “Pride and Joy,” and “Stop In The Name of Love,” along with many others.

Featuring an all-star, eight-person ensemble of lead singers from some of America’s most influential musical groups such as Drifters, Platters, The Coasters, and Marvelettes, Cast credits include Early Clover, who performed for 25 years as the lead singer of Cornell Gunter’s Coasters, Grammy-nominated singer Jerome Jackson, Tonja Foster, Serena Henry, Terrence D. Forsythe, Gwendolyn Moore Forsythe, and Willie Greene, Jr.


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