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RE: American Jukebox

I loved American Jukebox. It was a fabulous energetic show from Matt Davenport Productions. As for not fitting the theme, that's a concept that was seldom seen at the park prior to the Irish show with the exception of an Italian and German shows. Actually, for decades the park always had non-european themed shows in the Canadian Palladium, Royal Palace Theater, the Globe Theater, and Teatro de Piazza. Broadway, magic, ice skating, big bands, Elvis rock, country, show bands, and puppetry are among the many show styles that have no European theme, but have had long runs at the park.
 
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RE: American Jukebox

Don't forget Enwined...doesn't make that list have much more of a swaying argument, though :dodgy:
 
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RE: American Jukebox

I hate standards revue shows. However, they are crazy popular, which I don't get.

Where was the Canadian Palladium located, exactly?
 
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I think Trapper's sits on it now...but where exactly? Trapper' is much larger, so where on the Trapper's property (if I'm even right about that) was it?
 
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Wow....it's still the Palladium on google maps. Talk about memory lane.

I remember Monster Stomp in here. The OLD Monster Stomp.

Anyway, I hated American Jukebox.
 
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RE: American Jukebox

Yes, it wasn't the best themed show but we always enjoyed the American Jukebox.
Especially their song dedication to our military at the end. It always made me tear up since my husband was in the Army and at times was deployed when we visited the park.
 
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