Sat, May 25 - 9pm - $15
Great Moments in Vinyl presents...
Great Moments in Vinyl takes the tribute experience to a new level. Every concert, we choose a pair of memorable albums and perform them in their entirety. And along with the music, we supply a series of stories about the songs and the artists and the times that brought them into being. What was the song that saved U2's career? Who was Bruce Springsteen's "Rosalita"? If The Police started out as a punk band, where did all the reggae flavors come from? Why did Elton John wear glasses really? These are the sorts of questions you'll find out the answers to when Great Moments in Vinyl takes the stage. And you'll hear some exceptionally well played music as well.
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Led Zeppelin I & II
Great Moments in Vinyl plays a 50th anniversary tribute to Led Zeppelin and Led Zeppelin II. Led Zeppelin was Jimmy Page’s idea. In the book Light and Shade: Conversations with Jimmy Page, the guitarist told the story of how “playing in my early bands, working as a studio musician, producing, and going to art school was, in retrospect, my apprenticeship. I was learning and creating a solid foundation of ideas. But I wasn’t really playing music. “Then, I joined The Yardbirds, and suddenly— bang!—all that I had learned began to fall into place, and I was off and ready to do something interesting.” Page definitely had something interesting in mind. As he told Guitar World magazine,“Ultimately, I wanted Zeppelin to be a marriage of blues, hard rock, and acoustic music topped with heavy choruses – a combination that had never been done before.” Page summed up his vision like the art student that he was: he wanted to make music that had “lots of light and shade.” . . . . Join us the last Saturday of May (Hey! That’s Memorial Day weekend! You can really enjoy yourself!) as we travel back to 1969 to relive two albums that would change the ‘70s: Led Zeppelin’s debut album and its follow up, Led Zeppelin II. It’s a 50th anniversary celebration of two rock classics. Judith Weirauch sings lead and Scott Tipping delivers the “blues, hard rock, and acoustic” guitar as needed. With Alton Smith on keyboards, Jonathan Reed on drums, and William Lindsey Cochran on bass and storytelling.
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Tue, May 28 - 8pm - $10
Thu, May 30 - 8pm - $10
Sun, Jun 2 - 7:30pm - $15adv/$20door
Mon, Jun 3 - 7pm - $7adv/$10door
Wed, Jun 5 - 7pm - $25
Thu, Jun 6 - 8pm - $45
Sat, Jun 8 - 2pm - $11 - ALL AGES
Sat, Jun 8 - 4pm - $11 - ALL AGES
Sat, Jun 8 - 8pm - $10
Mon, Jun 10 - 8pm - $7
Tue, Jun 11 - 8pm - $15
Wed, Jun 12 - 8pm - $12
Thu, Jun 13 - 8:30pm - $20adv/$25door
Fri, Jun 14 - 10pm - $20adv/$25door