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The Needham Twins Show
enjoyed singing all their lives. (It’s rumored
that they cried in harmony the day they
It wasn’t until 1965 that they discovered the
power of their music to entertain and delight
The twins were in the Dominican Republic
during the hostilities there, serving with
The 82nd Airborne Division. They got
together during lulls in the fighting to
sing a few songs. An officer overheard them
and when their unit was sent back to the
states, the twins were assigned to sing in the
From there, they were transferred to the
Third Army Soldier Shows and spent the rest
of their three-year hitch singing for audiences,
civilian and military alike, all over the South-
Following their release from the service
they returned to their hometown,
Cleveland, Ohio where they were born and
raised in a family of ten children. They
toured the Eastern United States and after
one year they settled in Nashville,Tennessee
for twelve years, performing with many
The Needham Twins have traveled
and entertained through-out the U.S.A.
For twenty-three years, from 1981 until
2005, the Twins resided in Detroit Lakes,
Mn. where they performed in the Midwest
and Canada. They now reside in Mesa, AZ.
where they perform through-out the South
West. In 2011, they were honored to be
invited to head-line the Marty Robbins 20th
Annual Tribute Show in Wilcox, AZ.
music - rock, pop, country and folk. All of
these fit and yet none of them do. Their
style is all their own and must be heard to
be appreciated. Their music comes from the
heart. They communicate their enthusiasm
to the audience, and it spreads at the speed
EVERYONE GOES HOME A LITTLE HAPPIER
AFTER A SHOW BY THE"TROUBADORABLE"
NEEDHAM TWINS. THEY'RE "TWO MUCH!"
STEVE WARREN/ARMY BUDDY/MOVIE CRITIC & ACTOR, ATLANTA, Ga
Thank you, Snowbirds and all the local people for making our dances
and shows a great success.
We will be looking forward to another great season of 2014 and 2015.
Jerry & Larry
The Needham Twins
2014 & 2015 (October thru May) Fall, Winter & Spring Schedule
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