The McFadden Brothers
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“The McFadden Brothers” are world-class entertainers. Their unique style and abilities have earned them the label as being a “triple threat,” in that they are both accomplished singers, tap dancers and musicians.
Their show encompasses their own unique style of entertainment that only real-life brothers can. Their dancing style has that silken touch. Exibiting a wide range of steps from soft-shoe to street-corner moonwalking. Their voices complement each other, making their singing style very smooth and enjoyable. Topped off by their effortless-looking, but extremely difficult instrument playing. They have the ability many long for but few obtain. They intermix their singing, dancing and musical abilities with their own brand of comedy that creates a true entertainment experience.
The McFadden Brothers have proved time and time again to possess an on-stage charisma that enables them to command and please audiences of all ages, leaving them with a fun and highly memorable experience that is rare in today’s world of entertainment.
The McFadden Brothers have shared the stage with some of the biggest names in show business; Wayne Newton, Sammy Davis Jr., Tony Orlando, Lee Greenwood, Gladys Knight and The Count Basie Orchestra to name a few. They have played all types of venues from casino show rooms to arenas and coliseums including, MGM Grand and Hilton casinos in Las Vegas, Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City, Nimes Coliseum, Nimes, France, Rosemont Theater, Chicago, Lincoln Center, New York, Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts, Cerritos, CA. They have performed for all types of audiences including most recently a USO tour to Kuwait and Iraq for our troops.
Their theater credits began in 1985 with a play written by St. Louis television personality and playwright John Auble, who wrote “Steps, The Pops McFadden Story.” In the mid 1990’s they were both cast and starred in “The Little Tommy Parker Celebrated Colored Minstrel Show.” Written by playwright Carlyle Brown from New York who said “It was the best production he had seen because along with great acting ability, the actors were really playing the musical instruments.” In 2000, they were cast in a production called “After Hours." Lonnie recently played Satchel Paige in a production written by Danny Cox entitled “The Monarchs Of KC” and Ronald recently played Wining Boy in “The Piano Lesson,” written by August Wilson.
In 2008, The McFadden Brothers released their first CD entitled “Chapter One.” They are presently in the process of recording their second CD which will be entitled “Chapter Two.”
In 2009, The McFadden Brothers were the topic of the documentary movie “Sons of a Hoofer,” and were the special guests of the Kansas City Symphony Orchestra for their Christmas Show. In today’s world of entertainment, it is very rare to see performers with the ability to captivate, entertain and create a memorable experience for audiences of all ages.
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