Today's Deal: PENNYROYAL ARTS COUNCIL PRESENTS: The Coasters & Drifters
It’s not a concert…it’s a party! Spend a nostalgic evening saluting 2 of the world's most beloved musical groups who were instrumental in creating the Rock & Roll/Doo Wop sound: Cornell Gunter’s Coasters(Charlie Brown, Yakety Yak); and The Drifters, one of Rock & Roll’s founding vocal groups with their 50 year catalog of hits (Under the Boardwalk, This Magic Moment). This show has songs to please every palate, delivered just the way you remember them, when you first heard them on the radio!
Combined, these Rock & Roll Hall of Fame groups have been associated with dozens of the top classic songs in Rock & Roll history. From “Under the Boardwalk” to “Only You” to “Yakety Yak”, very few artists can boast of a richer musical resume. With such incredible musical diversity - from the comedy of Cornell Gunter’s Coasters to the Motown Magic of The Drifters - this show has songs to please every palate, delivered just the way you remember them, when you first heard them on the radio.
Saturday, February 2nd
Alhambra TheatreEXPIRATION DATE: February 2nd, 2018
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About PENNYROYAL ARTS COUNCIL
The Pennyroyal Arts Council programming includes, The Live at the Alhambra series featuring "The Martha Redbone Roots Project" on Friday, September 5, 2014, at 7:30 p.m. at the historic Alhambra Theatre on South Main Street in downtown Hopkinsville. The “charismatic indie-soul diva” Martha Redbone is an Independent Music-award-winning musician renowned for blending Native American vibes from her Cherokee, Choctaw, Shawnee and African- American descent. “In a brilliant collision of cultures, the powerful blues and soul singer Martha Redbone has recorded an album called “The Garden of Love: Songs of William Blake,” which was produced by John McEuen, of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. In it, the mystical, humanistic words of the eighteenth-century English poet are fused with the melodies, drones, and rhythms of the Appalachian, string-band music that Redbone absorbed as a child from her grandparents, in Black Mountain, Kentucky. - The New Yorker