VIDEOS FROM THE WOUNDED WARRIORS CONCERT
Frankie & The Fashions Publicity Poster
"The Pioneers of Rock & Roll" as heard on The Steve Kurtz Show on Cruisin' 92.1 FM

Some of the other artists and shows Bill has
been associated with over the years
The Philly Way Show    October, 2011
Another Historic Rock & Roll Show, March, 2011

THE PHILLY WAY SHOW
Another Great Show from Bobby Love Productions & Kelly Enterprises!
Starring:
The Original TYMES - 2005 Vocal Group Hall of Fame Inductees
with
Pal Rakes & Unique 4 Plus
Bobby Love & the Company
Frank Lafaro - Bobby Darin tribute
Lou Dottoli - Frank Sinatra tribute
The Tymes, 2005 Vocalists Hall of Fame Inductees
Pal Rakes & Unique 4 Plus
Lou Dottoli
Bobby Love
Frank Lafaro
On or under some artists' photos, where you see a "TV" image that looks like this,
you can click on the "TV" to watch a music video of a song by that artist
Charlie Gracie
87 year old Original Comet Dick Richards 5-min drum solo
David Byrd on keyboard
The show's Executive Producer Bill Kelly & photographer Cindy Engle
77 year old Original Comet Joey Ambrose
Finale with Bill Haley Jr.
Emcee Steve Kurtz with Bandstand Bonnie
Singer/songwriter Richie Grasso, Actor Sal Darigo, Bill, Singer Lou 'The Shoe' Porecca
Asst. Producer Lou 'Big Daddy' Frattini & wife Mary
Comets original sax player Joey Ambrose outside of Cannstatter's Ballroom
Philly guys Joey Ambrose, Charlie Gracie & Dick Richards
On stage with the Comets, Charlie Gracie, Bill Haley Jr. & Janet Cedrone (daughter of Danny Cedrone, guitarist on Rock Around The Clock)
The Comets with Janet Cedrone
(daughter of guitarist Danny Cedrone)
Lou Colbe on upright bass
Pioneers of Rock show 2011

The concert banners and posters shown above
and the concert posters, movie posters, CD covers, and merchandise
shown below were all designed by Bill Kelly / Kelly Enterprises


The Philly Way Show

Phila Quartett Club
Doo Wop Show and Police Tribute
The Pioneers of Rock & Roll
PLAYED TO A SELLOUT CROWD!
Starring
The Original Comets
and Charlie Gracie
Guest Appearance by Bill Haley Jr.
Also Appearing, Local Artists:
Frank Lafaro of "Frankie & The Fashions" &
Bobby Tippin of "Now And Then"
at Cannstatters Ballroom in N.E. Philadelphia
Danny & The Juniors, "At The Hop"
Joey Dee, Joey Dee & the Starlighters
"Peppermint Twist"
The Comets, "Rock Around The Clock"
The International Anthem of Rock & Roll
Charlie Gracie, First American Rocker
1957 hit "Butterfly"
Bill Medley, The Righteous Brothers
Many hits including "Soul & Inspiration"
With son Darren
Paul Revere, Paul Revere & The Raiders
"Just Like Me" & "Indian Reservation"
Freddie "Boom Boom" Cannon
"Tallahassee Lassie"
Bowzer - Grease for Peace!
The Tokens
"The Lion Sleeps Tonight"
Jimmy Jay, Boston DJ, and our wives
Oldies Cruise, 2007
Pal Rakes, "The Philadelphia Way"
The Dovells - Mark Stevens & Jerry Gross
"Bristol Stomp"
Bill Harner
"Sally Sayin' Somethin'"
Little Joe Cook
1957 hit "Peanuts"
Stephen Caldwell, The Orlons
"South Street" & "Don't Hang Up"
Billy Carlucci, Billy & The Essentials
"Babalu's Wedding Day"
Joe Polito, Tom Jones Tribute Artist
The Tymes
1963 hit "So Much In Love"
Charlie Thomas, Lead singer of The Drifters
"Up On The Roof"
The Rip Chords, "Hey Little Cobra"
Rob Grill, Lead singer of The Grassroots
"Sooner or Later" & "Temptation Eyes"
Jim Stafford
"Spiders and Snakes"
The Buckinghams, "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy"
Lou Pacheco, Opera Singer & Actor
Stephanie Chiofalo, Vocalist
Marc Antonelli, Vocalist
Lou Dotolli
Frank Sinatra/Tony Bennett Tribute Artist
Bobby Tippin, Billy Joel tribute artist
Combined fundraiser and scene shoot for
"Finders Keepers"
Tribute show to Johnny Mathis, Billy Joel, & Frank Sinatra
by Matty Raimo, Bobby Tippin, &
Frank Lofaro
Frank Lafaro's CD cover
J.T.'s Emeralds acapella Doo Wop group
Dick & Joey
The Reflections, 1960s Doo Wop Group
Bobby Tippin, Vocalist with Doo Wop group "Now & Then"
On or under some artists' photos, where you see an audio player controller that looks like this,
you can click on the green "play" button to hear a hit song by that artist
Bobby Tippin & Frank Lafaro CD Cover
Sponsored by
Sponsored
by
October, 2008     Philadelphia Quartett Club Tribute Show
Singer Mike Alullo who, with Bill Kelly and Kelly Enterprises, put the show together

Mike, the baritone singer for Frankie & the Fashions, died just 3 weeks before the show so the show also became a tribute to him as well as our fallen police officers.
Street Corner Five
"I Took a Chance On You"
All proceeds were donated to the Alullo family and the Phila F.O.P.

All of the performers donated their time and immense talents to this cause.

We wholeheartedly thank each and every one of them.
"Little Bit of Soap"
The Fashions paying tribute to one of their own - Mike Alullo
whose photo and stage shirt were on display during the tribute
Frankie & The Fashions with Bill
Comets Merchandise
(Design by Kelly Enterprises)
Bill with Mario Padovani who composed and performed the title song for "A Sicilian Tale"
Soul Survivors - Richie & Charlie Ingui
Unforgettable - Lenny Edwards & Kathy Marshall
(Lenny also sang with Harold Melvin & the Bluenotes)
The Angeltones
Bobby Beato & Purple Reign
The Fashions
Frankie & The Fashions
Unforgettable
The Angeltones
Charlie Gracie
Wounded Warriors Show Poster designed by Kelly Enterprises:
The Dovells
The Soul Survivors
Purple Reign
Graphics by Joe Ronca
Little Anthony & The Imperials
Lou Christie
Larry Chance of The Earls
Gene Chandler
Street Corner Five
Johnny Contardo of Sha Na Na
La La Brooks of The Crystals
Fred Parris of The Satins
The Dixie Cups
The Capris
The Flamingos
Paul & Paula
Kid Kyle
Russell Gore of The Tymes
Johnny Farina of Santo & Johnny
Classic Sounds
Shirley Alson Reeves of The Shirelles
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George Young and Joe D’Ambrosio
Two Saxophone Legends