Brian Wilson (The Beach Boys) and Jeff Beck With Al Jardine and David Marks at the Greek
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With a voice as gritty as sandpaper and lyrics as supple as poetry, Grammy winner Ray LaMontagne is a singer-songwriter in his own category altogether. Touring in support of his fifth album Supernova produced by The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach, the New England-based singer presents another side of his already multifaceted sound. NPR has called the latest album "explosively creative" while The Guardian was practically agog, declaring it "just gorgeous ... terrific hooks, classy songwriting and clever gear changes abound." Brightened with the vivid colors of '60s pop, the record has been a smash with fans, too, with the first single "Supernova" rocketing into the top 5 within two weeks of impact. Experience the energy of LaMontagne's newest work live with special guest The Belle Brigade as the opening act at the Greek Theatre, one of L.A.'s most historic venues. Learn More
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Jeff Beck and his band was fantastic. Poor Brian Wilson really cannot sing anymore, and barely touched his piano. His set was like watching a really good cover band, with an unsteady lead singer. The high point was Beck's interpretation of "Surf's Up", with Brian Wilson's wonderful harmony arrangement (and no lead singer, just Beck playing melody on guitar).
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Brian Wilson was terrible. He can't carry a tune anymore. His hand motions while sitting at a piano that he barely played were awkward and strange looking. Jeff Beck was much better technically, but the music seemed very repetitive. We were two...continued