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Charleston Music Hall Presents:

Electric Avenue: The 80s MTV Experience

DOORS: 7:00PM / SHOW: 8:00PM

$20 - $25


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Please note The Charleston Music Hall will be requiring all fans to provide PRINTED proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours OR full COVID-19 vaccination for entry to all events at the venue starting September 5, 2021. More details available HERE. Please email [email protected] if you have any questions.

We don’t get to repeat even one minute of our time here. No do-overs, but what if you could relive all of the youthful energy and sonic celebration that was 1980s New Wave & Radio Pop, without needing 1.21 GW of power at 88mph? Every sound. Every nuance. Every feeling.


“If you close your eyes it’s 1985. This band is unbelievable.” Christine Murphy, Manchester, CT

What started out as a one-off gig has turned into 90+ shows a year in more than a dozen states. EA has also cruised international waters with The Walking Dead Cast, Kid Rock, The Impractical Jokers, Pitbull, and proudly shared the stage with Pat Benatar, Bobby Kimball (Lead singer of Toto), Little River Band and more… Needless to say, EA is more than your regular tribute band. (No really, their resume of employers and recording credits is pretty impressive) If tribute bands aren’t usually your thing, Electric Avenue fully understands.

What’s important is that you love these records, and that is exactly why this band exists. In fact, these ace musicians know that that is precisely what connects the band to the fans; the responsibility of geting it right, every night. If the Devil is truly in the details, then these boys are slow dancing with Darth Vader himself.

Electric Avenue’s sound is so close to that of the original artists that in 2019 Warner Music issued a cease-and-desist for using original recordings on their social channels. After hearing the complete live recording of Electric Avenue’s performance, Warner Music issued an apology to the band.

You can’t buy that kind of press!

“Incredible! Every song was as good as the original, or better.”Michael Collins, San Diego, CA

You also can’t buy people’s support. Giving it all you’ve got while on stage is natural for this team, as-is the community relationship that Electric Avenue shares with its fans. As a result, Electric Avenue has been able to raise just shy of 11 million dollars for charities across the South East.

“If we lose sight of who we were when we were younger, then we lose sight of all of the things that were important to us in our youth. This plays into what EA does, which is to remind people of a time when they came home from school, put on a record and listened to it with open ears and an open heart. That’s what we’re selling – Nostalgia and the most fun.” Kevin Spencer (Lead Vocals / Guitar)

If namedropping is your thing… You may have seen or heard these guys with: Lionel Richie, Paul Simon, Loverboy, Emmy Lou Harris, Idina Menzel, Daniel Lanois, Brian Blade, Little River Band, Michael Malarkey (Vampire Diaries/Project Blue Book), Daughtry, Zac Brown Band, Player, Sarah McLachlan, RENT (The Broadway Musical – our singer performed the leading role of Roger Davis for 550 shows from ’01-‘04), Paula Cole, Tracy Chapman, Bobby Kimball (Toto) Kristian Bush (Sugarland), Edwin McCain, Robbie Dupree, Michael Buble, Rita Wilson, Lindsay Ell, B-52s, Boston, Collective Soul, Mother’s Finest, Sister Hazel, Yanni, Boyz II Men, & many more…Every sound. Every nuance. Every feeling. Every time.

Eric Frampton – Keys, Vocals

Will Groth – Drums

Shannon Pengelly – Guitar, Vocals

Chris Pou – Sound, Production Mgmt

Kevin Spencer – Lead Vocals, Guitar

Tom Young – Bass, Vocals






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Venue Information
Charleston Music Hall
37 John Street
Charleston, South Carolina, 29403