WARREN -- The Mills Brothers, the Ink Spots and the Four Lads will perform at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 28 at W.D. Packard Music Hall in "A Night to Remember."
The Ink Spots' career spans six decades. Among their more than 80 hit songs were "If I Didn't Care" and "I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire."
The Four Lads started their professional career in the 1950s. They've sold 50 million singles and albums, including "Istanbul," "Standing on the Corner" and "Moments to Remember."
For 20 years, John H. Mills II, son of the late Donald Mills, has been keeping the music of his family alive. He performed with his father until the elder Mills' death in 1999 and now performs with former Platters star Elmer Hopper.
Their set will include highlights of the Mills Brothers' career such as "Paper Doll" and "Lazy River."
Tickets go on sale today at the music-hall box office, online at www.tickets.com or at Tops markets.
Tickets are $35 for balcony seats and $40 for floor seats.