Live, Collective Soul, and Blues Traveler at the Greek Theatre
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Never mind it's Saturday, school is in session -- old school, that is -- as some of the greatest acts in funk, R&B and soul reunite for Old School Saturday Night at the Greek Theatre. Between them, these six acts have amassed a stack of gold and platinum records, several No. 1 hits and a Grammy. Let the memories come flooding back as you hear Morris Day and the Time ("Jungle Love," "The Bird"), Lakeside ("Fantastic Voyage"), Ready for the World ("Oh Sheila"), Alexander O'Neal ("Saturday Love"), Taste of Honey ("Boogie Oogie Oogie") and Yarbrough and Peoples ("Don't Stop The Music") perform live during this concert under the stars. Learn More
It is cheaper to reserve parking online previous to the concert date than to utilize the dine and ride option.Pat Metheny Unity Group & Bruce Hornsby With Sonny Emory dining • Jul 21 2014 star this tip starred
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I loved Collective Soul! They were fantastic! My husband and I really enjoyed Blues Traveller too. We were pleasantly surprised since we didn't know very much about them. But we'll probably buy their music now. We were very disappointed by...continued
Live has been together for nearly 22 years and through that journey, has built an impressive résumé that includes eight full-length albums, total CD sales exceeding 20 million, a huge international fan base and extensive touring all over the world. Live has been one of the most successful and enduring alternative rock bands of the 1990s and 2000s. Their sophomore album, Throwing Copper (a 1994 release) was a huge success and was the only album in Billboard history to stay on the charts for 52 weeks before reaching #1. Selling more than 12 million copies worldwide, Throwing Copper went down in history as one of the most definitive alternative rock recordings of that decade that boasted the MTV smashes “All Over You,” “Selling the Drama,” “Lightning Crashes” and “I Alone.”
Collective Soul’s debut, Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid, was picked up by Atlantic Records in 1994, and the single “Shine” became a breakthrough hit, pushing the album to platinum status. With 21 tracks debuting on the Billboard chart and seven #1 singles (“Shine,” “December,” “The World I Know,” “Where The River Flows,” “Precious Declaration,” “Listen,” and “Heavy”), Collective Soul have proven themselves as one of rock’s greatest acts.
Blues Traveler formed in New York City twenty years ago. With the release of Four (1994) Blues Traveler spawned one of the biggest hits of the 1990s – the Grammy-winning “Run-Around” – which spent nearly a year on the charts. The next hit single from Four, “Hook,” drove the album to sell over 5 million copies. Over the course of their career, the band has released eight studio albums, six of which have been certified either gold or platinum, and sold over 10 million units worldwide.