Fat Tuesday With Zydeco-Blues Musician Preston Smith
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The last date listed for Preston Smith was Tuesday March 4, 2014 / 6:00pm.
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Five-time Grammy-winner Michael McDonald's smooth soul baritone, stellar songwriting and distinctive look have made him a pop-music icon ever since he broke through with the Doobie Brothers in 1975. His tenure with the group produced major hits like "Real Love," "Takin' It to the Streets" and "What a Fool Believes," among others. And even after going solo in 1982, he manned the top of the charts with tunes like "I Keep Forgettin' (Every Time You're Near)," "Yah Mo B There," "Sweet Freedom" and "On My Own," his No. 1 duet with Patti LaBelle. Since then, he continues to blaze new trails, with projects ranging from a platinum-selling, Grammy-nominated album of Motown covers to a tour with Donald Fagen and Boz Scaggs and even a guest appearance with indie rockers Grizzly Bear. He'll play his favorites and more when he hits The Canyon for this concert. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Sheri E.
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Based on the description of the event, I was expecting more of a Mardi Gras theme, such as decor, beads, etc. The music was excellent and the buffet was good. It didn't feel like a special celebration, just another night at the Canyon Club. I think if they had decorated (there was no theme decoration at all) and made you feel more like you were at a Mardi Gras celebration it would have been a much better event.
Quotes & Highlights
- "Smith has a problem — it's that he's too good at too many things. Blues, rockabilly, Chuck Berry rock — you name it. Smith can sing and play it with as much soul, suave or boogie as anyone in town. Best of all, Smith enjoys each song as much as the audience."<em> --BAM Magazine </em>
- "A stylistic cross between Louis Armstrong and Harry Connick Jr., Smith, whose presence combines warmth and chutzpah ... lures in rubbernecks from the sidewalk with his assorted mix of music."<em> --Pasadena Weekly </em>