The summer nights at the Indio Performing Arts Center (IPAC) just got hotter with the announcement of the Tierra concert. RR Class Act proudly presents, Tierra with special guest Michael D’Angelo Friday June 24, 2016.

Brothers Rudy and Steve Salas are the founding members of Tiera and recorded their self-titled debut album in 1973. By the 1980’s, Tierra began claiming territory on the Hot 100 charts. The Los Angeles based band became the first Hispanic act to have four songs on the national pop charts, and two songs simultaneously in the top 100. They’re widely known to have played a key role in opening doors for other Latino and non-Latino superstars, including comedian Paul Rodriguez, Arsenio Hall, Sheila E, Gloria Estefan, Los Lobos and many others.

Ruth Ruiz owner of RR Class Act Entertainment Production was approached by the IPAC who asked if she knew of any Hispanic bands that would be a good fit for the venue. “I knew how popular they were and I wanted to share their music, which will never grow old,” commented Ruth.  Their mix of Latin, R&B and pop also opened doors to prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall, The Greek Theater and The Rose Bowl. The group would also make appetences on American Bandstand and The American Music Awards.

The show at the IPAC includes the desert doo wop entertainer, Michael D’Angelo. His opening set will include hits from the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s. Michael will blend Rock & Roll with your favorite R& B and Latin Rhythms.

Doors open up Friday June 24th at 6:30pm. Tickets are available at the IPAC web site: You can call RR Class Act Entertainment for more information: (760) 7772328.

Written By: Craig Michaels Productions
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