The Midtown Men Celebrate ’60s Music

The chief executive officer of First Financial Resources, Ltd., Kenneth Wirth displays expertise beyond his work in finance. Kenneth Wirth also represents The Midtown Men as the Tony Award-winning group’s business manager.

Comprised of four cast members from Broadway’s Jersey Boys, The Midtown Men tour the country singing hit songs from the 1960s. In a production that features the music of such super-‘60s bands as the Beatles and those from the Motown sound machine, The Midtown Men celebrate the music of a generation.

Tony Award winner Christian Hoff joins Michael Longoria, Daniel Richard, and Tony nominee J. Robert Spencer to represent the first time that a principal musical cast has emerged as a distinctive musical force beyond the status of tribute band.

Before they launched as The Midtown Men, the cast performed more than 1,000 times together in the musical Jersey Boys. These four artists energized audiences in performances on Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve and on late-night television in addition to daytime appearances. They have toured the continent and now begin their forth year where one on the highlights are performing at over twenty of the great Symphonies across the country to include a coming engagement at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.