Emelin Theatre 2011/2012 Concert Series Begins
Emelin Theatre 2011/2012 concert series begins. Please visit www.emelin.org for more information, tickets, videos and more.
Marshall Crenshaw | $27
Oct 1, 2011 @ 8 pm
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of his first single, Something's Going to Happen, Marshall Crenshaw performs his first album and other hits such as Someday, Someway, Mary Anne and Cynical Girl. Crenshaw's incredible performance talent led him to be cast as John Lennon in Beatlemania, and his songs have been covered by everyone from the Gin Blossoms to Bette Midler to Ronnie Spector.
The Lovin' Spoonful | $59*
Oct 29, 2011 @ 8 pm
*Add $30 to attend the post-show reception with the band!
Dominating the charts in the 60s, The Lovin' Spoonful penned some of the most iconic songs from the era including Do You Believe in Magic, You Didn't Have to be So Nice and Summer in the City. After being inducted into the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame in 2000, the band continues to spread their feel-good tunes to capacity audiences around the world.
Gent Treadly with Special Guest Garth Hudson of The Band | $25
Nov 5, 2011 @ 8 pm
As a founding member of the legendary rock group The Band, Garth Hudson's signature piano, accordion and organ can be heard on such classics as The Weight, Up On Cripple Creek, Rag Mama Rag and many more. Hudson now makes his way to the Emelin stage backed by Gent Treadly, a truly unique roots rock group and one of the most heralded bands in New York City.
The Platters & The Marvelettes | $55
Dec 10, 2011 @ 8 pm
Legendary Motown groups The Platters and The Marvelettes rock the Emelin stage in an unforgettable night of hits including Only You, Great Pretender, Please Mr. Postman, and many more. You won't hear more chart-toppers in one evening anywhere else!
Gandalf Murphy & The Slambovian Circus Of Dreams | $27
Dec 16, 2011 @ 8 pm
Gandalf Murphy & The Slambovian Circus of Dreams' singularly indescribable uniqueness has been labeled as "hillbilly Pink Floyd," an apt description, particularly if you throw in elements of Neil Young, The Band, Bob Dylan and even Frank Zappa. At the same time, their sound and their songs feel so familiar and classic, it's as if you've been listening to them all your life. It all adds up to music that is not only uplifting and empowering but fun - a lot of fun.
Aimee Mann | $67
Jan 15, 2012 @ 8 pm
From her early work with MTV favorite Til Tuesday to her acclaimed solo career (including the soundtrack to the film Magnolia, which garnered nominations for an Oscar, a Golden Globe and three Grammys), Aimee Mann has established herself as one of the most prominent singer-songwriters of her generation. "Mann has the same skill that great tunesmiths like McCartney and Neil Young have: the knack for writing simple, beautiful, instantly engaging songs" (Time).
Yesterday: The Beatles Tribute | $55
Jan 27, 2012 @ 8 pm
Yesterday: The Beatles Tribute spotlights the Fab 4's career from the early days of the Cavern Club through Sgt. Pepper and beyond. Complete with Beatle boots, authentic costumes and instruments, Yesterday has brought their spot-on performance across the US and around the world.
Commander Cody and Professor Louie & the Crowmatix | $30
Feb 10, 2012 @ 8 pm
Professor Louie & The Crowmatix perform a tasty mix of rock, country, blues and New Orleans influenced originals that Blues Bite Review called "a party of music mixology." Commander Cody is a truly unique and iconoclastic figure. His special blend of rock ‘n' roll, country, boogie-woogie, R&B and Western swing have defined American roots music, and the band's talent and energy ignites their blistering live shows.
Atlanta Rhythm Section | $39
May 19, 2012 @ 8 pm
In the late 70s, Atlanta Rhythm Section (ARS), along with contemporaries Lynyrd Skynyrd, became known as the successors to the Allman Brothers - carrying the mantle of Southern Rock. With 15 albums of outstanding songwriting and performances featuring such hits as Spooky and So Into You, ARS represents all the good things the phrase "classic rock" implies.
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