Grateful Dead Drummer Mickey Hart, His Band & His Brain at House of Blues
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The last date listed for Mickey Hart Band was Monday September 9, 2013 / 7:30pm (Doors Open at 6:30pm).
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While many people are familiar with Ambrosia's radio hits of the '70s, the songs on their five albums also range to progressive and experimental. They're as comfortable with ballads as with driving rock and roll. They can be serious, they can be playful -- but the music is always rich and the harmonies are beautifully blended. Some of their hits include "Holdin' On To Yesterday," "Nice, Nice, Very Nice," a cover of The Beatles' "Magical Mystery Tour," "How Much I Feel," "Biggest Part of Me" and "You're the Only Woman." Steeped in the melodic past, King Washington reigns supreme with catchy rock hooks and three-part harmonies. They open the seated show along with DJ Claire. Learn More
Kids loved it, kind of disappointed with The House of Blues thought it was appropriate or necessary to have the bars open, serving alcohol at a concert geared towards elementary aged children. Was really fun to deal with drunk obnoxious parents.Kidz Bop Live! info • Sep 05 2014 star this tip starred
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Somehow, Goldstar offered comp tickets to a $39 event, so I grabbed one. The music was great. Two lead singers did very nice vocals on about half the pieces. The only negative I have is that Mickey fiddled with equipment almost as much as he played drums. This equipment must have had something to do with his performance, but I could not hear the effects. Sometimes the band would have to noodle and mark time until he gave the go-ahead to start a song. There was already a sound guy right there on stage and another technician adjusting things througout, so it couldn't be that Mickey was just a control freak. I would be very interested in learning what all that gear was!