The Bucket Boys to play Sunday at the Grand Opera House of the South
The Bucket Boys combine high energy rhythm and great comedy to entertain audiences of all ages. They will be live at the Grand Opera House in Crowley on Sunday afternoon.
By: Ann Mire
On Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m., The Bucket Boys: Wiggle to the Beat will be at the Grand Opera House in Crowley as part of the Family Series sponsored by the Ted and Judy Carmichael Family.
This one hour performance will feature a percussion duo. Combining high energy rhythm and great comedy, their interactive performance of sight, sound and laughter will entertain audiences of all ages.
Expert percussionists Vince Romanelli and Mitch Martin make all their noise using buckets, bin lids, pots, pans and street signs to bang out thunderous sounds, extraordinary cadences and hip-hop, funky dance beats.
Touring extensively around American state fairs, universities and corporate events, the Bucket Boys have also been on “America’s Got Talent.” Their unique combination of drumming, comedy and crowd interaction have led one reviewer to note that they “quite literally need to be seen to be believed!”
So make plans to be in the audience to witness this delightful performance.
Tickets are reasonably priced at $10 for adults and $5 for children age 12 and under. Contact Kim Gattle at 785-0440 or visit the website www.thegrandoperahouse.org to purchase your tickets. Tickets may also be purchased at the door prior to the performance.