Carpenters ("We've Only Just Begun," "Close to You"): A Tribute by Close to You
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The last date listed for Close to You (Carpenters Tribute) was Saturday September 14, 2013 / 7:00pm (Doors Open at 5:30pm).
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Brothers Caleb, Nathan and Jared Followill, and cousin Matthew Followill -- otherwise known as the multiplatinum-selling, Grammy-winning rockers Kings of Leon -- hit the stage at Concord Pavilion as part of their 2014 Mechanical Bull tour, which includes indie rockers Young the Giant ("It's About Time") and South African band Kongos ("Come With Me Now"). Kings of Leon's latest disc has spawned the Top 10 singles "Supersoaker," "Wait for Me" and "Temple," and follows an unbroken run of smash albums since their '03 debut. Kings of Leon's album Only by the Night went double platinum in the U.S. alone and their hits "Sex on Fire" and "Use Somebody" earned them four Grammy Awards. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Terri L Nickell
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Never been to Harlow's before but loved the venue. The music took me back to my teen years and the melodies and harmonies were right on! Great show with talent beyond belief! Highly recommend this group, especially to people from my era!!!
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We loved it. All musicians were on the mark, especially the keyboardist. The singer was spot-on. This act should play Las Vegas and LA: If that late late night NBC host Carson Daly, the one after Fallon, can 'notice' them in some club in So. Cal...continued
Quotes & Highlights
Sample the sound of Close to You.
“You wouldn’t expect a voice as unique as Karen Carpenter’s to be imitable. But vocalist Michelle Whited of Carpenters tribute group Close to You, is a dead ringer for the late, great singer.” —Sacramento News & Review
“When the tribute band Close to You took to the stage … it was as if the band had been reunited, and Karen was singing the songs the fans know and love.” —Chico Examiner