bergenPAC Adds The Musical Box, Pink Floyd's Dark Side of Moon & More to Summer Lineup
Bergen Performing Arts Center located at 30 North Van Brunt Street in Englewood New Jersey announces exciting new shows for everyone! See The Musical Box on Saturday, July 19th and Classic Albums Live Presents, Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon and the it's America on Wednesday, October 15th at 8PM and Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes on Saturday, November 15th at 8PM- the new shows go on sale Friday May 9th 2014 at 11am be sure to reserve your tickets at www.ticketmaster.com or by calling bergenPAC's Box Office at 201.227.1030.
Celebrating Peter Gabriel of Genesis
The Musical Box formed in Montreal, Quebec in 1993 to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the 1973 album Selling England by the Pound. The original band was a seven-piece, and incorporated visual effects and costumes that were in the original Genesis shows of the 1970s.
The Musical Box covered several countries in Europe and a number of Midwestern and eastern US cities.
Remember when you used to listen to an entire album? Classic Albums Live does. For the first time in popular music, the greatest albums from the 60s and 70s are recreated live on stage, note for note - cut for cut. This Pink Floyd concert experience features hits from Pink Floyd's album Dark Side of the Moon including "Money," "In Time," and more. In addition to the note for note recreation of the album, Classic Albums Live will also present a second half highlighting Pink Floyd's greatest hits.
PINK FLOYD'S DARK SIDE OF THE MOON
The Dark Side of the Moon is the eighth studio album by English progressive rock band Pink Floyd, released in March 1973. It built on ideas explored in the band's earlier recordings and live shows, but lacks the extended instrumental excursions that characterized their work following the departure in 1968 of founding member, principal composer and lyricist, Syd Barrett. The Dark Side of the Moon's themes include conflict, greed, the passage of time and mental illness, the latter partly inspired by Barrett's deteriorating mental state.