Legendary a cappella singing group The Persuasions will show why they “still ain’t got no band” when they take the stage in the next show in the Sunset Concert Series at the Peg Egan Performing Arts Center in Egg Harbor.
The Persuasions have long been called the “Kings of A Cappella.” The group first came together on the street corners of Brooklyn, but all hail from different parts of the country.
Since those long ago days of 1962, The Persuasions have gone on to sing in concert halls and nightclubs the world over. They have released 26 albums and opened for artists including Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention, Ray Charles, Bill Cosby and Richard Pryor. Amazingly enough, Roseanne Barr and Bruce Springsteen once opened for The Persuasions.