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The History of British Rock – The Sixties and Seventies

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The importance of British Rock through the 60’s and 70’s can not be overstated. With the British invasion changing the pop landscape in the early 60’s, the British Blues revolution taking this genre’s music back to Americans in the mid 60’s, the iconic seeds of Heavy Rock, delivering a massive stylistic shift in the late 60’s, and Glam, Punk and pure Rock and Roll consistently leading the charge through the 70’s, British Rock through this era can easily be seen as some of the most important music of the rock generation.

The Album Show in conjunction with Ben Maiorana Entertainment, bring you a stunning 2 hour showcase of the “The History of British Rock – The Sixties and Seventies”. With a Full Live Band of some of the most accomplished musicians from all over the country, including Michael Carpenter, John Kater, Maddy Breen, Russell Crawford and Rodney Auld, this show will lead you from the early 60’s all the way through to the late 70’s. Covering artists from The Beatles to Queen, from The Hollies to T-Rex. From the Stones to ELO. With a full visual accompaniment, the show promises to be a memorable night filled with more iconic songs than you can imagine, from a time in music that will remain pivotal from both a creative and social perspective.


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