See Legendary Performers at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame October 29, 2005

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Celebrate the History of the "Upbeat Show."

Be a part of Rock and Roll past as the history of the "Upbeat Show" is celebrated at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio on October 29th. This spectacular event will air live on WEWS Channel 5 and will be hosted by Don Webster. Get the opportunity to dance and dine with international celebrities.

The "Upbeat Show" was a legendary Cleveland music show that ran from 1964 through 1971. Upbeat was produced by Herman Spero, and hosted by Don Webster.

Herman Spero's son, David Spero, is actively involved with the October 29th celebration and comments, "I remember spending my youth on the set of the show rubbing elbows with the stars."

All profits for the event go to Partners for Potential (, a non-profit organization that provides resources and support to Cleveland youth.

Scheduled performers are Joey Molland from Badfinger (Day After Day) Andy Kim (Rock Me Gently), Ron Dante from the Archies (Sugar, Sugar) Terry Sylvester, former lead singer of The Hollies (He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother), Nelson (After The Rain), Michael Stanley (He Can’t Love You), Billy Preston (Will It Go Round In Circles), Eddie Holman (Hey There Lonely Girl), Candi Staton (Young Hearts Run Free), Martha Reeves (Heat Wave), Mark Farner from Grand Funk Railroad (Locomotion).

Also, there will be a silent auction at the event with items ranging from trips, sporting events and celebrity functions and much much more!

Tickets ranging from $25 to $400 are available through Ticket Web ( or you may call 1-866-468-3401.


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