Wednesday, July 6, 2016

David Cassidy in Concert at the Schuylkill County Fair

David Cassidy will headline the M & T Stage on Saturday night of the 2016 Schuylkill County Fair.
That is Saturday, August 6 on the Schuylkill County Fairgrounds. A live performance you won’t want to miss starting at 9 that evening. Schuylkill County Visitor Bureau in partnership with the Schuylkill County Fair brings David Cassidy to area. Bring your lawn chair and plant it early in front of the stage to assure yourself good seating for this eventful performance.

David Cassidy has managed to stay at the top of his game for over four decades, with a unique ability to re-invent himself and adapt to numerous genres from concerts to theater, television to Las Vegas, and even actor/singer to producer/writer/director with a demographic that crosses three generations. David rose to stardom in “The Partridge Family” and became the biggest TV and performing phenomenon in history by the time he was 20.

From television to recording and record-breaking concert tours, from Broadway and London’s Wes`t End to Las Vegas production shows, David Cassidy has made his mark and been lauded with nominations and awards in each arena. David has certainly proven that it is talent, creativity and tenacity that keep people coming to shows, turning on the television, and buying his recordings.

Hailing from a family of actors, mother Evelyn Ward and father Jack Cassidy, his fate as a performer was essentially seeded at a young age. It was by coincidence that he wound up starring with stepmother Shirley Jones in “The Partridge Family.” When ABC cast DAVID CASSIDY as its juvenile star in what became an astonishingly successful series, one of the most spectacular careers in the entertainment industry was launched. Before the end of 1970, the year that “The Partridge Family” premiered, David had the #1 selling single of the year and record of the year, and garnered multiple Grammy nominations and won a Golden Apple Award. Over the next five years, membership in his official fan club exceeded that of Elvis Presley and the Beatles.