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Oldies Shows for ANY Occasion!

If your audience grew up in the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s or even the 80’s, then Memory Road is the perfect choice to provide you with an oldies show that is sure to please!

Memory Road IconMemory Road is a performing duo that blends together great oldies music, lots of fun and audience involvement to form a dynamic, highly entertaining, yet reasonably priced music show for any venue or any event!

Although this talented duo is capable of playing the usual dances, clubs and various types of private parties, Memory Road specializes in “shows”, from dinner shows to corporate or charity events to theme shows for specific types of events. Custom Shows are our specialty!

Here are some examples …

  • A one hour, fund raising charity ‘dinner show’! (Ask about our special rates for charities.)
  • A one hour show at a class reunion, featuring the songs of their high school years!
  • A dinner show for a business group or convention!
  • A full two hour show at an indoor theatre or outdoor amphitheater!
  • Use your imagination! With more than 500 songs, Memory Road can easily customize a theme show for your event. Also, any show can be followed by an hour or so of music for dancing, if space is available at your venue. Click here to see the song list.

Dennis & Ken at AmphitheatreOnce you see and hear Memory Road, you can’t help but agree with their ‘fans’ that this duo puts on one of the most entertaining, talented and fun shows you’ve ever seen.

  • Memory Road can perform over 500 ‘oldies’, the “songs that we grew up with”, from the 50’s through the early 90’s, targeted directly at your demographic. From the major acts to the one hit wonders, some of the greatest artists of our time are covered. Click here to see the song list.
  • These great oldies are presented in their original style, along with interesting information about the original songs and artists.
  • A good dose of comedy, along with audience involvement, is added to every show.

Memory Road is based in Crossville, TN, near most of their performances. However, since the group’s inception in 2013, they have performed in venues throughout and beyond Eastern Tennessee, as far north as Ohio and as far as south as Florida.

Their style is truly reminiscent of the times when you could clearly understand the lyrics and the songs had real melodies that audiences can sing along with. And, importantly, Memory Road interacts with audiences as smoothly and easy going as any other group you may have seen.

Memory Road is, primarily, a vocal duo, featuring tight, creative harmonies. The guys also, often, play instruments along with their custom created back-up music tracks. By using the latest in MIDI and digital technology to provide a large, full band back-up sound, clients get a very big, but not loud, sound for the money. This MIDI operation also makes it easy to control the volume so that guests can still have a conversation without having to yell above the music. This makes Memory Road a good fit for venues where a large band would not be appropriate. Nearly every venue that has hired Memory Road has booked a return performance.

No matter the venue or event … Memory Road always delivers a personable, fun and entertaining performance.

Meet the Memory Road Performers …

Dennis Hill Head Shot

Dennis Hill has been singing professionally for nearly 50 years, starting out in Michigan and then Indiana before moving to Crossville. You will be hard pressed to find a more versatile vocalist. Dennis can navigate vocal styles from classic country to 80’s hair-band rock to rhythm and blues, then back to crooning the standards. Dennis is the primary lead vocalist as well as the musical coordinator and organizer. He was one of the original founders of the group and his outstanding vocal talents have been the major factor in Memory Road’s rise in popularity. His 30+ year career in broadcasting has also prepared him well for Memory Road’s amiable stage performances.

Ken Duller Head Shot

Ken Duller is the other half of Memory Road, performing along with Dennis Hill. Ken began his musical career nearly 60 years ago in his home state of Wisconsin. He played bass and guitar and sang his way through high school and college, honing his craft in the 60’s with a garage band, the “Stingrays”, and in the 70’s & 80’s with a power trio, “Night Watch”. As a member of “God’s Country” in 2004, Ken wrote, arranged, and recorded songs with fellow band members in Nashville, Tennessee at Doorknob Records, with well known producer, Gene Kennedy. Ken currently owns “Diamond Lake Productions” where he writes, arranges, produces and records various projects.

Make it a ‘Trio’ … Add a Saxophone!

Glen Holverson Head Shot

If you’d like to add an authentic, groovin’, sax to your oldies show, Glen Holverson is “the man”! Glen is one of the foremost saxophone players in Tennessee. His versatility allows him to easily fit into any type of custom oldies show you can imagine, from pop to country to standards. Glen started his musical career at the ripe old age of 15 and right after high school he toured with “Buddy And The Citations”. After that, Glen spent 31 years in the Chicago area playing up to 5 nights a week, highlighted by some TV appearances and recording studio work. When living in Florida, there were gigs at Universal Studios and Disney theme parks. Since moving to Cookeville, TN, Glen has worked with many of the top bands in this part of Tennessee.

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Over the years, as a duo, trio and larger show group, Memory Road has performed at a variety of events in and around Crossville, Fairfield Glade and Eastern Tennessee. Area performances include the Cumberland County Fair, Palace Theater, Cumberland County Playhouse and Art Circle Public Library in Crossville. For several years, Memory Road has been one of the biggest draws at Fairfield Glade’s Mirror Lake Blast Summer Concert Series. Other East Tennessee performances include Terrace View Marina (Spring City), the Princess Theatre (South Pittsburg) and the Historic Loudon Theatre (Loudon).

Performances outside Tennessee include the Fort Lauderdale Yacht Show, the Regional Airstream Rally near Cleveland, Ohio and a variety of shows at prominent resorts and senior housing developments in Florida, such as Traveler’s Rest, Sundance Lakes and John’s Island Club.

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Updates on Previous Memory Road Group Configurations

Gibbs Head Shot

Gibbs Lukoskie (aka ‘Mr. Gibbs’) is no longer with the group because he retired from performing in early 2020. And, yes, he’s getting along well and happy in retirement! He, along with Dennis Hill, founded Memory Road back in 2013. They performed strictly as a duo and occasional trio (with Sax man Glen Holverson) until, in 2017, they added additional members to form a larger 6 to 7 piece ‘show group’. After the COVID pandemic break, Memory Road was reduced in size, back to the duo/trio (see explanation below).

Individually, Gibbs started performing back in the early 60’s with a group called “Sunny & The Four Shades” at several venues throughout New England and the East Coast, including the iconic Peppermint Lounge in New York City. Gibbs played saxophone back then, but when he returned to public performing in 2009, he began playing guitar and singing ‘lowdown’ bass parts.

The Six/Seven Piece Show Group – The difficult decision to reduce the size of the group back to it’s original duo (sometimes trio) configuration was, essentially, logistical. With the larger group, there were travel restrictions and job conflicts that affected rehearsals and the scheduling of performances. In addition, there are only a limited number of theatres and larger venues for a big group to perform and receive a reasonable wage for doing so. The smaller duo/trio will be able to work for less, rehearse more often and deliver a more consistent show that doesn’t involve juggling the number of group members and musical repertoire to fit into the expansive variety of options necessary to create opportunities for gigs.

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