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  • One of Disneyland's best kept secrets...

    Has anyone heard the Delta Daddy-os in NOS? That area needed that kind of entertainment for years. They say they've been there for two years. Why haven't I seen them before?
    "They's two B's in basketball!"

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    Re: One of Disneyland's best kept secrets...

    Are they 3-4 guys that throw out necklaces?

    If so, we saw their show beginning to end twice last year at Christmas and they are amazing. Beautiful voices, lots of character, and a lot of attention to individuals.

    They sang happy birthday to my daughter one day and loaded her up with necklaces, and another day they sang a song to all three of my daughters and me....it was really beautiful (can't remember the song ), and we'll never forget it! Well, except for the song. Doh.

    We have a lot of pictures with them, they were so great to talk to and very appreciative of all the compliments they received after the shows.

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      Re: One of Disneyland's best kept secrets...

      Are those the guys that use only their voices and no instruments? Cuz if it is, those guys are abolutely amazing. I always stop to listen to them sing.

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        Re: One of Disneyland's best kept secrets...

        Are they the guys Fishy has pics of from Sunday?
        'cuz those guys were great! I got closer to them tro be in the shde but man, I was glad I did!
        Good morning, son
        In twenty years from now
        Maybe we'll both sit down and have a few beers
        And I can tell you 'bout today
        And how I picked you up and everything changed
        It was pain
        Sunny days and rain
        I knew you'd feel the same things...


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        • #5
          Are you sure they said two years? Because I've never seen or even heard of them before last weekend. A friend was looking for them on Sunday but couldn't find them, and I ended up catching them on Monday last week. They were pretty good. And yes, no instruments - a capella.

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            Re: One of Disneyland's best kept secrets...

            I saw the title on this thread... and all I could think of was the Disney Vacation Club.

            now we know Disney can't keep a secret!



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            • #7
              Re: One of Disneyland's best kept secrets...

              They did Fantasmic! pre-show on Sunday. They're awesome.

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              • #8
                Re: One of Disneyland's best kept secrets...

                ^ They did the preshow for F! on Sunday, I was there as well. I personally think they are an outstanding group! However, I felt that there wasn't an overwhelming response from the audience. With the instruments of the River Rascals and the Side Street Strutters, it is hard to ignore them and have a conversation, but with the DD's, it was easy to drown them out and have a conversation. I think having them in NOS is the perfect venue for this group, as each group is created to have a certain feel. As amazing as they are, I don't think pre-show F! is the correct venue for this group.

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                • #9
                  Re: One of Disneyland's best kept secrets...

                  Really? the center-left side was very welcoming to them. I was over there and we were having fun cheering them on and singing along.
                  I thought they were a lot of fun and high-energy.

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                    Re: One of Disneyland's best kept secrets...

                    Thank you all for your responses. Have a great day.
                    "They's two B's in basketball!"

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                    • #11
                      Re: One of Disneyland's best kept secrets...

                      Originally posted by stinkerbell View Post
                      Are they 3-4 guys that throw out necklaces?

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                      They are how I got the idea of throwing bead necklaces to kids when my band does concerts. The kids love them. I buy them in bulk and just throw them.
                      Gawrsh !!

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