With a voice like no other, Rock and Roll Hall of famer Darlene Love has made an indelible mark on music. In the 60s, Love was a backup vocalist for Elvis Presley, The Righteous Brothers, The Beach Boys, Sam Cooke and Dionne Warwick.
Working with Phil Spector, Love created some of the most memorable recordings of the period like "Da Doo Ron Ron," her No. 1 hit, "He's a Rebel" and later "(Today I Met) The Boy I'm Gonna Marry," which features her pipes set against the "Spector" sound. For over 25 years, Love has performed "Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home)" on the Late Show with David Letterman. Don't miss this singing legend's Niagara debut!