Published DateFRANKLIN — New Hampshire's musical ambassadors for nearly fifty years, the Shaw Brothers will bring their family friendly New Hampshire show to Franklin Opera House, Saturday, May 4, with a curtain time of 7:30 p.m.
Rick and Ron Shaw, from New Hampshire's North Country, have performed locally, nationally and internationally since the 1960's. As members of the Brandywine Singers, they toured New England during their UNH days. It was the Brandywine Singers who brought the Coca-Cola theme, I'd Like to Teach the World To Sing, to a world-wide audience.
Their original song New Hampshire Naturally, was voted New Hampshire's theme song during the 1970's and The Day The Tall Ships Came was a highlight of the tall ships' sailing into Portsmouth Harbor to
celebrate America's bi-centennial.
Reserved seat tickets for the Shaw Brothers May 4 appearance are now on sale by calling 934-1901 or online at franklinoperahouse.org. Adult seating is $22, with Seniors and children priced at $20.