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11-30-12: "Million Dollar Quartet"
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"Million Dollar Quartet" is the Broadway hit inspired by the Dec. 4, 1956 recording session that put Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins in the same room.
The cast of the show perform rock 'n' roll classics such as "Great Balls of Fire","Walk the Line" and "Hound Dog."
In their review of the Hippodrome Theatre's production of "Million Dollar Quartet," Tom Hall and J. Wynn Rousuck discuss the high--and the low notes of the show.
Front page image credit: The National Tour of Million Dollar Quartet (Photo by Jeremy Daniel)