Time Has Told Me: A Nick Drake Tribute by Christopher O'Riley
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Hold on to your cocktails as Harold Zidler and his Diamond Dogs take you on a thrilling ride into the cinematic and musical mind of famed director Baz Lurhmann. This 360-degree theatrical concert experience showcases music from Luhrmann's Strictly Ballroom, Romeo + Juliet, Moulin Rouge and The Great Gatsby. The performance -- which is part of the celebrated series that has also brought the soundtracks of the Coen brothers, Quentin Tarantino and John Hughes to the stage -- features a rotating cast of special guests from stage, screen and music performing an epic soundtrack that includes "Lady Marmalade," "Kissing You," "Love Is in the Air," "Crazy in Love" and other beloved songs featured in Luhrmann's films. Step behind the red curtain to find out what awaits in one of L.A.'s most popular shows, newly reimagined and better than ever. Learn More
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Time Has Told Me: A Nick Drake Tribute by Christopher O’Riley
Long before True Love Waits, his groundbreaking recording of Radiohead transcriptions, Christopher O’Riley was widely regarded as an accomplished classical pianist whose poetic gifts and captivating virtuosity have made him one of today’s most versatile artists. A critical and commercial success, True Love Waits received four stars from Rolling Stone and was hailed for providing new insight into the pop group’s lovely brooding melodies. Following his performance of Elliott Smith works, O’Riley returns to Royce Hall to perform the music of the enigmatic British folk singer Nick Drake, who died in 1974 after releasing just three immensely influential albums.