The Kentucky Center Presents The Music Of Cream

The Kentucky Center Presents The Music Of CreamThe Music of Cream-50th Anniversary Tour comes to the Brown Theatre, Thursday, November 15, 2018 at 8 p.m.

Tickets start at $25. Kentucky Center members can call the member hotline at (502) 566-5144. Standard tickets are available at www.kentuckycenter.org/presents, by phone (502) 584-7777, (800) 775-7777, and in-person at The Kentucky Center box office and drive-thru. Please call (502) 566-5111 for information about the range of accessibility options we offer to enhance your performance experience.Visit The Kentucky Center at www.kentuckycenter.org or connect with us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Fifty years after the release of Cream's debut album, the band's bloodline has gotten together to pay homage to the most innovative and explosive rock group of the 1960s. Kofi Baker (son of Ginger, drummer), Will Johns (nephew of Eric, singer and guitarist) and Malcolm Bruce (son of Jack, bassist) come together so that fans of Cream and rock n' roll alike can relive the band's legendary reign.

The relatives of Cream's original members will play the iconic songs that made the band famous and share their own personal insights, stories and never-before-seen family footage and photos.

The Music of Cream-50th Anniversary Tour offers a multi-media concert experience. The relatives of Cream members will play alongside their fathers on a big screen, bringing classic moments in rock history back to life.

Kofi Baker's first performance was with his father on live TV at the age of six. He's since played drums behind Tom Jones, Jack Bruce and Steve Marriott, and has played on the Extreme Guitar Tour with Uli Jon Roth, Vinny Appice and Vinnie Moore. His own albums include "Lost City" and "Abstract Logic," with Jonas Hellborg and Shawn Lane.

Malcolm Bruce began performing professionally at the age of 16. As a pianist, bassist, guitarist and engineer, he has shared studios with Little Richard, Elton John and Eric Clapton and performed with his father worldwide. Malcolm is touring internationally in 2018 for his new album "Salvation."

Guitarist Will Johns has performed with Joe Strummer, Ronnie Wood, Jack Bruce and Bill Wyman. Will has released three solo albums: "Count On Me," "Hooks and Lines" and "Something Old, Something New."

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