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Subway Oldies Dance for Stepping Stone featuring The Orlons,February 8th,at Lakeview from 9-1. The Orlons is a vocal quartet from Philadelphia, who had the biggest hit of their career as recording artists with their recording of "The Wah-Watusi" (Cameo 218), which debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart on June 9, 1962 and remained on the Hot 100 for 14 weeks; it peaked at #2 and held the position for two weeks.!


Subway and The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders


Special Previous Guest Unisoghn

Great News!!!Subway has joined forces with Unisoghn as a separate Motown and Soul show that is booked by subway



Who knew Coach Stew could play the drums


Subway playing for a wedding at Crab Orchard Museum in Tazwell, VA


Live at Charlestown Casino


Oldies Never Die - Featuring Subway


Subway providing music for the Governor and First Lady

Subway has the capability to back vocal groups and has shared the stage with groups that include: The Crystals, The Coasters, Archie Bell, The Shirelles, Jerry Reed, The Platters, and Bill Pinckney and the Origional Drifters.

You have not experienced anything until Subway makes it possible for you to travel back in time to the 50's and 60's. Subway has the stage presence, costuming, music library, equipment, experience, and the passion to get your crowd on their feet and into the groove.

Subway was formed in the 1960's by Terry Lewis. . . and they've been rocking ever since. Featuring a repertoire that ranges from Little Richard to Keith Richards, Subway has entertained across generations.
Subway is a band that can perform in any setting: clubs, festivals, weddings, fairs, and anywhere else people want to have a good time.
They were once called "West Virginia's number one party band" by a reviewer./p>

Long before Live Aid, Subway was also doing its part to help those less fortunate. The annual Fabulous Oldies Dance hosted by Subway raises money for disabled children. Over the years, this exciting SRO event has built a loyal following who come back again and again.


Ripete Records To Release Swoop Down Jesus Volume 2

Things are really busy at Ripete Records these days! Another forthcoming project from Ripete is Swoop Down Jesus 2 - The Gospel Shag Anthology. One track from this project has already been let out of the bag; Strange Man from Subway featuring Belinda Owens has been released to DJ's and it is Gospel Shag at it's best! Other cuts to be included on the CD are Rough Side Of The Mountain from The Holiday Band, That Old Time Religion from Bill Pinkney, L-O-V-E from Gary Lowder, Soul Stirrers Medley from Joe Simon, Amen from The Sensational Epics, This Way To Happiness from The Fabulous Hot Dog Daddy-O's, This Train Is Bound For Glory from The Carpenter Ants, Wade In The Water from Tiff Wheeler, Have A Little Talk With Jesus from Big Time Party Band, It Is Well With My Soul from Big Daddy Rhythm and Heavyweights, This Little Light Of Mine from Steve Jarrell and Sons of The Beach, One Step Closer To God from Gary Lowder, If I Could Reach Out (And Touch Somebody) from Sonny Turner, Swing Low Sweet Chariot from Tiff Wheeler, The Ballgame from Subway, On My Way Home from The Carpenter Ants, and Hush from The Coastline Band. All in all, 18 cuts of Gospel Shag at its best! Coming soon!


Ripete Records To Release Old School Shag!

Just in time for Spring, Ripete Records will be releasing a specially priced 2 CD collection entitled Old School Shag - Celebrating The Sound. A few tunes from this release have already been let out of the bag including Little Esther's Don't Feel Rained On, King Ed and BD's Is You Is Or Is You Ain't, and The Fabulous Hot Dog Daddy-O's To Be My Girl. All of these tunes have that classic, old school feel that will be the theme of this compilation. Other tunes on the project, which will include 10 brand new cuts, are Sure Cure For The Blues from Miranda Louise, Hug You Squeeze You from The Mojo Blues Band, Good Gravy Baby from Subway, Most Of Those Pretty Young Girls from William Dell and Wee Jams, Oh What A Feeling from Big Time Party Band (featuring Willie Hobbs), She Done Me Wrong from The Holiday Band, Rock This House from The Jelly Rolls, I Love Only You from William Dell and Wee Jams, Fever from The Sugarbees, T-Bone Shuffle from The Red Hot Pokers, Gimme A Pigfoot (And A Bottle Of Beer) from The Kerry Michaels Band, Sittin' On It All The Time from The Band Of Oz, Cow Cow Boogie from Michelle Murray (featuring Gary Bass), Let The Boogie Woogie Roll from The Roadrunners, Morning Noon and Night from The Red Hot Pokers, Let's Go Let's Go Let's Go from Rockin' Louie and Mama Jammers, and Sh-Boom (Life Could Be A Dream) from The Embers; and that's just Disc 1!

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