An Evening with Petula Clark: English Pop Legend at the Castro Theatre
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Platinum-selling band Toad the Wet Sprocket, folk-rockers Dawes and folk-pop "Wild Child" Brett Dennen come out to play for the KFOG Concert for Kids. Named after a Monty Python comedy sketch, Toad the Wet Sprocket became one of the most successful alternative rock bands of the early '90s. Their alternative pop sound had just enough of the jangly college radio sound, melded with smooth, listenable pop melodies to make them a hit with modern rock and mainstream music fans. They became a commercial success after the release of their 1991 album Fear, scoring hits with "All I Want," "Fall Down" and "Walk on the Ocean." They'll mix old favorites with new music from their first release in over 15 years, New Constellation. Learn More
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Featured review from Salvatore Ragusa
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What a fanstastic evening of song, music, poetry, sharing. Wow, can Petula sing! I only regretted that the band overpowered her the first half of the show, but they got it right for the second half. and please someone tell the Castro Theater not to sell Popcorn for a concert like this...sheesh!!! do ya think the noisy bags and crunching popcorn added to the quality of the evening especially when someone like Petutla Clark is singing a ballad! Come on guys you don't need to nickel and dime such a great venue! Here's a thought try coffees and cookies, instead of having everyone going out at intermission to buy them and sneak them in!!
Petula Clark sings at the Castro Theatre. The English singer and international pop superstar is the most successful female solo recording artist in British pop history; she's sold over 70 million records worldwide. She'll sing all her classic hits, including "Downtown," "A Sign of the Times," and "Don't Sleep in the Subway".