Belding Theater at The Bushnell Friday & Saturday at 8 PM Sunday at 3 PM Bernstein Candide Overture Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue Gershwin “I Got Rhythm” Variations Copland Symphony No. […]
You know the hits, you know the harmonies, Eaglemania nails down both tall tasks, earning them the acclaim as the World’s Greatest Eagles Tribute Band!! But Eaglemania doesn’t stop at playing you all of your favorite Eagles tunes, get ready to also hear the solo hits of Don Henley, Joe Walsh and the late Glen Frye!
Celebrate the iconic music of Rock Royalty Neil Young. It’s a tall order, but Broken Arrow delivers Neil’s entire career in their incredible performance. We’re talking his acoustic-strumming, Country-crooning days, his unforgettable Crazy Hose performances, and the recordings that earned him the title “The Godfather of Grunge” all in one special evening of music. If you consider yourself a fan of Neil Young, we’ll see you there!
With a decades-long successful career, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes continue to deliver their soul-searing brand of raucous blues and R&B, with material mined from their many albums, featuring hits like “I Don't Want To Go Home”, “Love On The Wrong Side Of Town”, “The Fever”, “This Time It's For Real”, “Talk To Me” and their definitive fun-time cover of “We’re Having A Party”. The Jukes’ legendary high-energy live performances always satisfy with their classic blend of Stax-influenced R&B and gritty, Stonesy rock and roll.
Al Anderson has emerged as one of Nashville's most dependable tunesmiths, churning out an impressive string of irresistibly catchy, organically gritty hits for the likes of The Mavericks ("All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down"), Trisha Yearwood ("Powerful Thing"), LeAnn Rimes ("Big Deal"), Diamond Rio ("Unbelievable"), Carlene Carter ("Every Little Thing") and Hal Ketchum ("Fall In Love Again").Long before he stormed the country charts, “Big Al” made his mark as singer, guitarist and main writer of the Connecticut foursome the Wildweeds, who scored a substantial regional hit in 1967 with his composition "No Good to Cry," and subsequently in a 24-year stint with the beloved cult band NRBQ.