MANCHESTER, NH — Actor/singer David Cassidy rose to teen heartthrob status based on his fictional TV role as Keith Partridge back in the 1970s. Four decades later, he’s still making the ladies swoon – his good looks and a bona fide singing talents continue to propel his career, long after “The Partridge Family” tour bus stopped rolling.
Cassidy will be in town for a one night stand with his New Hampshire fans on Oct. 13 at the Palace Theatre. VIP tickets are $107.50 and include a pre-show meet-and-greet. Preferred seating is $70.50; and general seating is $55.50. [Click here to order.]
By the time he was 20 Cassidy had become one of the biggest TV/recording star in history. He went on to capitalize on his fame with recording contracts and record-breaking concert tours that took him from Broadway and London’s West End, to Las Vegas production shows.
Among his chart-topping Partridge Family singles were hits like, “Doesn’t Somebody Want To Be Wanted,” ”I Woke Up In Love This Morning,” ”Breaking Up Is Hard To Do,” and, “I Think I Love You,” the best-selling record of 1971, many of which he still performs, to the delight of his audiences.
In addition to the 10 albums he released with the Partridge Family, Cassidy also has five solo albums to his credit, all of them selling more than a million copies each.
Cassidy is planning to release a Christmas album this year, and in a recent missive to his fans, said he’s enjoying reconnecting with his fans as he tours, feeling happier than ever.
“I’m living in one of the happiest times of my life in the past 10 years. Never before have I felt more love from my remarkable fans and had more enjoyment out of playing live in concert with this great band of brothers I work and travel with,” said Cassidy.
“I value all of the great moments I’ve been blessed to have. As in anyone’s life, treasuring the experiences, as well as my personal and private life, is the most important thing for me. As we get older we tend to appreciate absolutely everything more,” he said.
In addition to performing, producing, writing and recording, Cassidy is an active spokesperson and advocate for various Alzheimer’s organizations, having lost his mother to the disease. He will be traveling the country speaking on the subject when not touring and performing in concert.
About the Palace
The Palace Theatre is a nonprofit performing arts center that hosts its own professional company, youth and teen program, and presenting acts. It is committed to achieving its mission through preserving the historic facilities of the theater, responding creatively to the cultural and entertainment needs of the community, and governing in a fiscally responsible and strategic manner. For information about pricing, visit the Palace Theatre’s website at .