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The Breakers: A Tribute to Tom Petty

Doors: 7:00 PM
Show: 8:00 PM
Runtime: 90 minutes, plus intermission
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The Breakers – A Tribute to Tom Petty

The country’s premier Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers tribute band. Established to let the fans of the late great Tom Petty continue to enjoy the live experience of TP & the HB’s. No other Tom Petty tribute band comes close to capturing the SOUND and emotions of Tom’s songs quite like the Breakers.Unlike the vast amount of Tom Petty tributes who substitute visual mimicry for sound, the Breakers encompass the true unmistakable sound and execution of Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers.

The Breakers – A Tribute to Tom Petty Website : http://www.thebreakersband.com/


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Dirty Deeds- The AC/DC Experience

Doors: 7:00 PM
Show: 8:00 PM
Runtime: 120 minutes, plus intermission
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Dirty Deeds- The AC/DC Experience:

Earning a reputation for their attention to detail and passion for AC/DC, Dirty Deeds The AC/DC Experience recreates the exact sound of AC/DC by capturing the unique and exact tone that the super group has come to be known for. On stage, Dirty Deeds mimic the antics and appearance of AC/DC in such a way that will keep you wondering if you’re experiencing the real thing! Making use of interactive video, lighting, and functional theatrical props, Dirty Deeds recaptures the essence of an AC/DC concert in its entirety! Truly an experience, unlike any other!

A true audio and visual experience, Dirty Deeds invites you to take part in a few hours of pure Rock n’ Roll escapism as they take the stage and pay tribute to Dirty Deeds The AC/DC Experience out of Boston, MA, has been touring the US for over 20 years bringing forth their high energy and wildly entertaining tribute to one of the world’s best rock bands, AC/DC! Dirty Deeds’ performance revisits all of the timeless AC/DC hits along with a theatrical ride through rock n’ roll history bringing you back to the early music that was at the roots of AC/DC’s rise to stardom.one of the greatest bands of our time.

Dirty Deeds – The AC/DC Experience Website :  https://theacdcexperience.net/


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Beginnings – A Celebration of the Music of Chicago

Doors: 7:00pm
Show: 8:00pm
Runtime: 90 minutes, plus intermission

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Beginnings formed in 2002 as a tribute to the music of super-group Chicago.  The band makes its home in the New York City metro area and regularly performs for highly enthusiastic and loyal audiences all over the United States.

Performing in Chicago’s original, classic-era 7pc. configuration, Beginnings delivers the world’s most authentic live Chicago concert experience, bringing the legendary band’s extensive catalog to life, with stunning detail, accuracy, and intensity.

Fueled by world class musicianship and a passion for  performance, the band is a live music experience not to be missed.  The group’s love of the music and dedication to their fans makes for an outstanding and electrifying show every time. Come see the band live, and they promise to “Make You Smile”!

 


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Titans of ’80s Rock Tribute Show

Doors: 7:00pm
Show: 8:00pm
Runtime: 120 minutes, plus intermission

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Ready to relive the fun, glory days of ‘80s rock? The Titans of ‘80s Rock Tribute Show is a rock concert featuring incredible tributes to two favorite, chart-topping ’80s rockers — Poison and Ozzy Osbourne. Both bands are committed to flawlessly recreating the music as heard on the original records. The hit songs you love are performed with high energy, a big-time, arena-rock feel, video show, stage props, and special effects. Don’t miss your chance to see a show you won’t soon forget.

Shot of Poison – SOP is acknowledged as the world’s best tribute to Poison as they are today, recognized and praised by Bret Michaels himself, and even performed with him on stage.  The group was selected by E! Entertainment Television as among the best tribute acts in the country for their “Clash of the Cover Bands” TV show, produced by Jimmy Fallon.  SOP has been surprising and delighting audiences for five years.  Expect dead-on costuming accurate to Poison’s latest tours, and expertly performed hits of the greatest, hard-rocking, glam-slam party band ever.

Ozzmosis – You may doubt your eyes and ears when you hear Ozzmosis, featuring an amazing singer who is the very best, most uncanny Ozzy vocalist you’re ever likely to hear. The band take great pride in creating the next best thing to a live Ozzy performance that transports you through time to experience the energy and antics of Ozzy Osbourne, capturing his solo career from Randy Rhoads to Zakk Wylde. As the song says, “You can’t kill rock-n-roll, it’s here to stay!” Ozzmosis proves it every time. Join us on this journey of reliving the Ozzy phenomenon.

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EagleMania: The World’s Greatest Eagles Tribute

Doors: 7:00 PM
Show: 8:00 PM
Runtime: ~ 120 minutes, plus intermission
Premium seating is available.
Premium prices include a $20 non-refundable donation to the Levoy.
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 EagleMania: The World’s Greatest Eagles Tribute

EagleMania has been dazzling audiences for over a decade by spectacularly reproducing the music of The Eagles. EagleMania thrills internationally sold-out audiences with their stunning five part harmony, virtuoso guitar work and uncanny ability to emulate the distinct sound of The Eagles. The EagleMania show consists of the Eagles’ greatest hits, as well as select Don Henley, Glenn Frey, and Joe Walsh solo efforts.

If you like The Eagles you simply must experience the world’s greatest Eagles Tribute, EagleMania!


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Dar Williams

Doors:  7:00pm
Show: 8:00pm
Runtime: TBD
Special Guest: Vance Gilbert
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Dar Williams:

Dar Williams’ lyrics contain bouquets of optimism, delivered on melodies alternating between beguiling lightness and understated gravity. Williams strongly believes that all of us possess our own power and ability to achieve, and she rejects the exceptionalism that encourages us to “admire that yonder star,” while making us feel small and insignificant; unworthy of shining on our own but hoping to catch enough distant light to inspire some tiny accomplishment. Williams has always been very interested in how to control our future and this album has to do with the fact that at some point, you just can’t.

Like everyone else, Williams spent 2020 in that state of non-control. She and longtime producer Stewart Lerman tracked most of the album, her 12th studio recording, in November of 2019. In late February of 2020, she cut the title tune in Woodstock with bassist Gail Ann Dorsey and Larry Campbell, who produced the track and played guitars, pedal steel and twangy baritone guitar. When told they had to postpone a mid-March mixing date, Campbell said he wasn’t feeling well anyway. Turns out he’d contracted a serious case of COVID-19. That was a clear sign that at some point, you have to meet life where it meets you …the common thread throughout that these songs, the willingness to meet life as it arrives.

Dar Williams was always in the right place at the right time for the success she’s had over a 25+-year career. She rose out of the vibrant mid-90’s Boston scene, inspired by the eclectic influences of alt-rockers, Berklee jazz musicians, slam poets, and folk artists, like Patty Griffith, Melissa Ferrick, the Throwing Muses, Vance Gilbert, and Jonatha Brooke. After a year of touring non-stop with her first album, The Honesty Room, in 1994, she was invited by Joan Baez to tour in Europe and The United States.

“Good and bad things happen, and it’s not necessarily a reward or indictment. I’ve just got to meet it.” Williams observes. “Like, I’m bringing my whole life to this moment; it will surprise me, challenge me, show me where I was wrong, even make a fool out of me, but my job is to show up and not take adversity personally. Real happiness doesn’t have to feel like Snoopy dancing with Woodstock; it can just be knowing you have the resilience to meet whatever comes to you. I will call that a good life.”

Dar Williams Website: darwilliams.com


Vance Gilbert:

“If Joni Mitchell and Richie Havens had a love child, with Rodney Dangerfield as the midwife, the results might have been something close to the great Vance Gilbert.” As the above quote from Richmond magazine suggests, Vance Gilbert defies stereotypes. It’s little wonder then that he also exceeds expectations. In this case, those two qualities go hand in hand. “I’m black, I sing, I play an acoustic guitar, and I don’t play the blues,” Gilbert insists. That may be a broad statement, but it rings with truth.

What he does do is make memorable music, as evidenced by the 13 albums he’s released so far, as well as the mark he’s made on the folk and acoustic music scenes in general. Over the course of a prolific career that extends back to the early ’90s, he’s recorded with his good friend Ellis Paul and shared stages worldwide with Aretha Franklin, Shawn Colvin, Arlo Guthrie, the Milk Carton Kids, George Carlin (150+ shows), Anita Baker, the Subdudes, Paul Reiser and any number of others.

He’s also made a prominent presence at some of the world’s most prestigious gatherings, among them the Newport, Winnipeg, Rocky Mountain, Calgary, Ottawa, and Falcon Ridge folk festivals, the Kate Wolf Music Festival, and Australia’s Woodford Folk Festival and Mullum Music Festival. “There was also that one nude festival in Maryland,” Gilbert recalls. “I don’t recall the name of that one, but I have to admit that the name wasn’t the first thing I would remember.”

Naturally, Gilbert can be forgiven for that minor oversight, given the amount of praise he’s received from the pundits. His remarkable rapport with his audiences and his free spirited performances inspired one critic to hail him as “a folkie trapped in a vaudevillian body,” with “a voice that could have been on the opera stage, a wit that could have been on a comedy stage and a songwriting talent that’s thrust him on the folk stage for decades.”

Those descriptive phrases come to full fruition on Gilbert’s current album, the appropriately named Good, Good Man. Recorded with an A-list support cast that includes bluesman and singer/songwriter Chris Smither, Al Green’s organist Stacey Wade, Tommy Malone of the Subdudes on guitars, Mike Posner on backing vocals, and Celtic harpist and vocalist Aine Minough, it sums up the strengths that Gilbert’s always had at his command — that is, a gift for compelling melodies, insightful lyrics, a witty and whimsical point of view, and the ability to maintain an inherent humanity that translates to his connection with his audiences.

As always, the music is as varied as it is vibrant, from the philosophic musings of “Pie and Whiskey” and the rollicking R&B-flavored title track, to the swinging sound of “Zombie Pattycake,” the tender trappings of “Hitman” and the bare-bones remake of the 1972 hit “Wildflower,” a seminal song given Gilbert’s intimate and essential additives.

In short, it’s Gilbert at his very best, a set of songs that deserves to bring Gilbert the wider recognition that’s eluded him for far too long.

Over the course of his career, he’s carved out a singular niche with songs that have resonated with his fans and drawn in new listeners. His classic compositions — “Old White Men,” “Charlene” and “Unfamiliar Moon,” “Goodbye Pluto,” and “Waiting for Gilligan” — are emotive and profound, offering certain truths in ways that make a meaningful impact in the most enduring and evocative ways.

Indeed, Gilbert posses a wide palette and perspective, from a co-write with Grammy Winner Lori McKenna, “House of Prayer,” to a song on a Grammy-nominated children’s record by the duo Trout Fishing in America. Likewise, after alt-rock star Mike Posner heard Gilbert perform on a podcast, he invited him to take part in co-writing sessions and subsequently to sing on his recent single, “Noah’s Ark.” Posner reciprocated with a haunting background vocal on “Flyby,” a song featured on Gilbert’s forthcoming album.

“How rounded is that?”, Gilbert may quip. Truth is, ultimately, it’s the impact that he has on his audiences that matters to him the most. “People take away from these songs what they decide they’re going to take away,” he reflects. “I would hope they walk away thinking. If that’s the case, then I’ve done my job successfully.”

Vance Gilbert Website: vancegilbert.com


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Lotus Land – An American RUSH Tribute

Doors: 7:00pm
Show: 8:00pm
Runtime: 100min, plus intermission
Premium seating is available.
Premium prices include a $20 non-refundable donation to the Levoy.
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Lotus Land – An American RUSH Tribute:

With an unparalleled performance, The American RUSH Tribute Lotus Land brings the force of live Rush to life on stage. Enjoyed by die-hard Rush fans, musicians, and casual music listeners alike, the Lotus Land experience has been heralded as the ultimate celebration of RUSH’s musical craftsmanship and spirited performances.

With the true set up and sound of the Canadian power trio, Lotus Land delivers the thrill that people expect when they see RUSH in concert. Their performances have wowed sold-out houses in premiere concert venues and their fan base continues to grow nationally and internationally.

Lotus Land Website: lotuslandband.com


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Foreigners Journey

Doors: 7:00pm
Show: 8:00pm
Runtime: 120min, including intermission
Premium seating is available.
Premium prices include a $20 non-refundable donation to the Levoy.
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Foreigners Journey featuring Constantine Maroulis:

The music and energy of two legendary stadium rock bands comes together in one electrifying show! Now starring 2X Tony Nominated Star of Broadway’s Rock of Ages and American Idol Icon – CONSTANTINE MAROULIS! Their repertoire of classic hits by Foreigner and Journey provide a crowd-pleasing night of unforgettable music. Not only heightened to new face melting levels with the addition of Constantine, expect smoldering sexiness, dancers, production and “Rock Of Ages” mash ups that will take you right back to the Sunset Strip!! In addition, Foreigners Journey plans to unleash some of Constantine’s critically acclaimed original material on sold out audiences nationally. Get your wine coolers, mullets and stone washed jean vests ready for a night of sing along debauchery and dance grooves that will pop you from your seats. From heartwarming power ballads like “Faithfully,” “I Want to Know What Love Is,” to anthems like “Hot Blooded,” “Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Cold As Ice” and “Any Way You Want It,” Foreigners Journey with Constantine Maroulis are more than a tribute band. They’re a time machine, and their energy is infectious!

Foreigners Journey Website: foreignersjourney.com


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High Noon – A tribute to Lynyrd Skynyrd & Southern Rock

Doors: 7:00 PM
Show: 8:00 PM
Runtime: ~ 120 minutes, plus intermission
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 High Noon – A tribute to Lynyrd Skynyrd & Southern Rock

HIGH NOON is the East Coast’s premier tribute to Lynyrd Skynyrd & Southern Rock, performing exclusively the 70’s classic hits of Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Allman Brothers Band, Molly Hatchet, The Outlaws, 38 Special and The Marshall Tucker Band. With a deep dedication to the legacy of this timeless music, HIGH NOON brings an authenticity like no other. Join us on a journey back to a golden age of live music, and experience once again the raw power of all of your favorite anthems from the founding fathers of Southern rock.


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Dead On Live – The Sam Cutler Years

Doors: 7:00pm
Show: 8:00pm
Runtime: 90-120min, plus intermission
Merchandise
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Meet & Greet
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Dead On Live:

Multi instrumentalist Marc Muller directs a Note For Note celebration capturing important and beloved periods of the Grateful Dead’s long and illustrious, and stylistically diverse career. He has assembled an impressive cast of world class musicians that have been able to reproduce virtually every note of every instrument, as well as all of the beautifully orchestrated vocal arrangements that are trademarks of the Dead’s classic American recordings, to a level that’s perhaps never been accomplished and performed live in concert before. In keeping with the true spirit of the Grateful Dead, every DOL show also features plenty of jamming and improv that’s sure to keep the kids dancing and shaking their bones!

Dead On Live Website: https://deadonlive.com/


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