Tops in Blue coming to Buckley
By Airman 1st Class Phillip Houk, 460th Space Wing Public Affairs
/ Published August 21, 2012
BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- In less than two weeks Tops in Blue, the Air Force's premier song and dance group, will pay a visit, providing free, family friendly entertainment 7 p.m. Aug. 28 at the Wings over the Rockies Museum at former Lowry Air Force Base.
Tops in Blue will perform their new show "Listen." This show will include a wide spectrum of music ranging from the Doobie Brothers and Earth Wind and Fire to Bruno Mars.
"They had good singers, a good experience and something different," said Staff Sgt. Kyle Stockman, 460th Space Communications Squadron quality assurance evaluator who attended one of Tops in Blue's previous performances. "They had a large variety of musical genres and good performers."
According to their website, Tops in Blue is composed of more than 35 Air Force members of varying talents and technical expertise. Each year, Tops in Blue performs across the world not only focusing on deployed locations, but also attempting to visit every base across the Air Force.
"Tops in Blue every year provides a professionally written and performed music experience" said Senior Airman Zachery Rayburn, 460th SCS radio frequency system crew member, a prior Tops in Blue vocalist.
"My experience with Tops in Blue was one of the most amazing of my life," he said. "The show is written specifically for the team. I can't wait to see what the chief of Air Force Entertainment has put together for us this year."
Service members receive priority seating, but be early, because seating is limited.
For more information, visit the Tops in Blue website at www.topsinblue.com.