English Singer-Songwriter Alison Moyet at the Grove of Anaheim
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Buckcherry doesn't play by the rules, and you'll find out in this rockin' concert why no limits equals an experience filled with grit, gutter attitude, raucous storytelling and razor sharp hooks. This quintet remains as rebellious as it did when it broke on the scene in 1999, fueled by the mega party anthem "Lit Up." Buckcherry really hit it big in 2006 when the sexy, scuzzy "Crazy Bitch" was heard from coast-to-coast, and its follow-up, "Sorry," became a Top 10 hit. The group's latest record, Confession, is a concept piece based on the seven deadly sins. Get ready to bang your head with Buckcherry at this powerful show. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
- Hear excerpts from Alison Moyet's songs at <a target="_blank" href="http://www.grove-of-anaheim.com/events/show.aspx?ID=1470">The Grove of Anaheim's website</a>.
Alison Moyet is an outstanding singer whose career has stretched from the electropop of 1982 in the band Yazoo (or Yaz, as it is known in the States), through the multi-million selling solo hits from Alf, to the critically-acclaimed albums of Hometime, Voice and The Turn.
Branching out into West End success, Alison was a hugely successful Mama Morton in the musical Chicago, before wowing audiences with her acting talent in the Carmel Morgan play, Smaller, alongside her friend, Dawn French.
In 2008, Alison surprised and delighted fans by announcing that she was to reform Yazoo with synth wizard Vince Clarke (Depeche Mode, Erasure). 25 years after the band split, the duo wowed audiences internationally, including an amazing performance at Orange County's Pacific Amphitheatre.
The success of Yazoo's Reconnected tour created unprecedented demand from American audiences for Alison to return for her first solo North American tour in 14 years!
Alison will be treating audiences to material from her recent albums, The Turn, Voice and Hometime, but will also be returning to songs from Alf, Hoodoo and possibly Raindancing.