Cape Fear Stage presents
The Isley Brothers
Saturday -- August 3, 2019
Showtime: 7:30pm -- Doors: 6:30pm
Saturday, August 3 – 7:30pm
Tickets for this performance range $40 – $99 + fees and sales tax
Since the 1950’s, The Isley Brothers have been a musical institution whose prolific career has explored the musical intersection of gospel, R&B, rock, soul, funk, and disco. A family-based group since their inception, The Isley Brothers originated with four gospel-singing brothers: Ronald, O’Kelly, Rudolph, and Vernon (the last of whom was killed in a bike accident in 1955).
The three surviving brothers left their hometown of Cincinnati in 1957 for New York City, where they recorded several songs for small labels. Their breakthrough came with their fervent recording of “Shout,” an original inspired by a line from Jackie Wilson’s “Lonely Teardrops” and shot through with raucous, gospel-style testifying. Despite multiple label changes and varying levels of success, the group continued to record, and added additional family members to expand their sound. Over 50 years, with 50 singles and two generations of brothers, The Isley Brothers continue to prove why their sound has been loved by generations of music fans.
Group tickets (for 10 or more) and Opera Boxes are available. Call 910-362-7999 to reserve. Each person, regardless of age, must have a ticket.
*Opera Boxes are available. Our highest level of enjoyment, Opera Boxes with Butler Service offer prime views with beverage and snack service to your private box of 4–6 guests. Contact Ticket Central by phone with inquiries. More info on opera boxes
Please note: Balcony and Grand Tier levels are not wheelchair-accessible. For questions about ADA and wheelchair-accessible seating, please call Ticket Central (910) 362-7999
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