Lyle Lovett and his Large Band at the Grove of Anaheim
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The last date listed for Lyle Lovett and his Large Band was Tuesday July 27, 2010 / 8:00pm (Doors Open at 7:00pm).
Currently at City National Grove of Anaheim:
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For more than 25 years, the Anaheim Ballet has gotten the holiday season off to a spectacular start with its production of Tchaikovsky's timeless dance. From towering Christmas trees to menacing mice and more, this version of the quintessential family favorite is always updated to bring fresh thrills to audiences, who can't help but get wrapped up in the magical story of young Clara. She dreams that her new toy nutcracker soldier has come to life, and together they experience a fantastical adventure that leads them through an epic battle with the Mouse King to reach the Sugar Plum Fairy's magical Kingdom of Sweets. The production is accompanied by a live performance from Symphony Irvine. Learn More
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VERY DISAPPOINTED that the Grove had changed the seating style from Cabaret with tables to set your drink on, to a packed rows of chairs, so tightly together, there was no place for your arms. There was no information given either by the Grove or Goldstar that there was a different seating arrangement. We purchased tickets trough Goldstar for Boz Scaggs about 6 weeks ago and had a great time, and were very comfortable in the cabaret seating.
Don't get me wrong, with Gold Star, I am fully aware that we are buying discounted seats in the rear of the event. BUT NEVER have I attended an event through Goldstar where our seats were behind 8 rows( approx 80 seats per row) of empty seats. What a statement, what a slap in the face. These are for them Ticketmaster customers and you Goldstar people have to sit way back there.
My husband and I both agree we will not attend another event at the Grove unless the seating is Cabaret style.
Lyle Lovett was charming and put on a great show, loved the Large Band and Backup singers.
No one writes songs like Lyle Lovett. Finely wrought and full of wit, wisdom and Texas-sized storytelling, the veteran singer/songwriter’s catalog is rife with characters and concepts that loom large on the American landscape.
Lyle Lovett is a four time Grammy winner and has led a remarkable career which includes 13 albums and over four million records sold. His music uniquely intersects an array of genres from country and folk to big-band swing and traditional pop as evidenced by such revered albums as Lyle Lovett, Pontiac, Lyle Lovett and His Large Band, Joshua Judges Ruth and The Road To Ensenada.
It’s Not Big It’s Large, Lovett’s latest collection, has been one of the most acclaimed efforts of his career. The album contains big, contemporary themes, but it is Lovett’s gift to make the deep thoughts slide down like honey. USA Today heralded his “Texas-sized cowboy jazz,” as the Wall Street Journal declared Lovett has “been widening the reach of country music for over 20 years,” while praising the “dozen new tracks that touch on country and folk as well as blues, jazz and gospel.” The memorable songs include “I Will Rise Up/Ain’t No Cane,” the poignant “South Texas Girl,” the infectious, upbeat “Up in Indiana.” and the rueful ballad “Don’t Cry a Tear.”
For the last few years, Lovett, who is able to conjure musical magic in a variety of settings, has been alternating Large Band tours with acoustic trio and quartet shows or teaming with Hiatt as well as larger songwriter circles also featuring Hiatt, Guy Clark and Joe Ely.