'80s New Wave Rockers The Tubes at The Canyon
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The last date listed for '80s Rockers The Tubes was Tuesday December 31, 2013 / 9:00pm (Doors Open at 6:00pm).
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Spend an entertaining, down-home evening with Kurt Sutton, performing as master storyteller Samuel Clemens a.k.a. Mark Twain, as he brings his one-man tribute to The Canyon. Sutton's family-friendly and very funny show includes a sing-along of period songs like "Down in the Valley" and "Old-Time Religion," along with theatrical enactments of beloved stories from Huckleberry Finn, Roughing It and more. Sutton's portrayal of Twain follows years of research into the great American writer and humorist's life and works, including the speaking tours that formed the roots of modern stand-up comedy. Learn More
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The Tubes were one of the first bands to realize the power of music video, earning a Grammy nomination for their early work.
The Tubes were one of the cult favorites of the New Wave rock scene and they are still making music on the edge today.
Their live shows are a manic mixture of loud rock music, satirical lyrics, outrageous theatrics and burlesque.
Probably best known for their 1980’s hit “She’s a Beauty,” the Tubes recorded a number of albums over the years and issued a greatest hits compilation in 2000.