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With a music career spanning four decades, Pure Gold performs material from the '50s, '60s and '70s as well as a blend of blues, standards and original material to highlight their unique talent and range.
Starting in 1978 as Acapella Gold, they quickly gained popularity. After a few successful years they decided to add a band and name the group Pure Gold. After 43 years of performing and sharing the stage with many music legends such as Aretha Franklin, Frankie Valli, Chuck Berry, Smokey Robinson, the Four Tops, The Temptations and the Isley Brothers to name a few, Pure Gold decided to retire, and their fans were sad to see this legendary group perform its final show in December 2021. With permission from the group's lifelong manager, Henry DeLuca, an agreement was made to continue under new management with some new personnel and a slightly modified name: The New PURE GOLD. We want to thank all of our fans who have supported us and continue to support us throughout the years.
So get ready, everyone, for the pride of Pittsburgh: The New PURE GOLD - Keeping the Oldies Alive

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