Tim Currie’s Motown Review Band: A Merry Motown Christmas will take you down memory lane with Motown hits and holiday favorites on December 7 at The Ridgefield Playhouse
It’s a Merry Motown Christmas! Put on your dancing shoes and celebrate the holidays Motown style! Tim Currie’s Motown Review Band: A Merry Motown Christmas brings a night of Motown classics and Holiday favorites to The Ridgefield Playhouse on Thursday, December 7 at 7:30pm as part of the Pepsi Rock Series Powered by Xfinity. Get ready to head back to 1960’s with hits like “Grapevine,” “Respect,” “It’s Your Thing,” “Soulman” and many more along with holiday favorites!
Many know Tim Currie is a successful third generation small business owner, running Currie’s Tires in Norwalk. After a battling cancer, Tim decided to head back to his musical roots and picked up his drumsticks for the first time in 25 years. Now, nearly ten years later there is no looking back! Tim’s band includes lead singers, backup singers, keyboards, and a brass section. Don’t miss the chance to take a trip down memory lane! Make it a great night out with dinner and a show - visit Bailey’s Backyard (23 Bailey Avenue, Ridgefield) and receive 10% off when you show your ticket! Media sponsor for the event is WGNY Fox Oldies.
In 2002 Tim’s son, Adam, started a band that is currently known as The Links. In order to help Adam’s music career Tim put the full weight of Currie Tire behind his music. Shortly after the release of Adam’s first album, Tim decided that it would best serve the young musician to be a part of a record label. Instead of seeking a label that would sign Adam, Tim created his own record label, Hey Records in 2004. Tim has enjoyed helping Adam with the music over the years though standing back stage simply wasn’t enough. In 2013 Tim started a Motown band called Tim Currie’s Motown Review Band. The group consists of 13 members and is as professional an act as they come. Tim is the drummer of the band and is surrounded by some of the best musicians in the area. With lead singers, backup singers, keyboards, and brass; with one listen the band will bring you back to the Motor City in the late 1960’s. To see Tim Currie’s Motown Review Band is not just a concert, it is an experience that is unmatched in Fairfield County.
For tickets ($35), call the box office at 203-438-5795, or visit ridgefieldplayhouse.org. The Ridgefield Playhouse is a non-profit performing arts center located at 80 East Ridge, parallel to Main Street, Ridgefield, CT.