Eagles Tribute Desperado at The Coach House, with Tom Jones Tribute Atomic Jones
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Grammy-winning guitar wizard Albert Lee is set to blow the roof off The Coach House with his speedy style of fingerpicking and signature Ernie Ball guitar. Known as Mr. Telecaster, the legendary Lee's influential country-rock sound has been recognized by longtime collaborators including the Everly Brothers, Eric Clapton, Emmylou Harris, Bill Wyman, Brad Paisley and Ricky Skaggs, who had a hit with Lee's signature song, "Country Boy." Blues-classic rock-surf band The Beach Buzzards and classic and modern rockers FlipOut Band open the show. Learn More
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Awesome night - I have heard various different tribute bands - Desperado is by far the BEST!!! Ticket purchase said standing room only so I was pleasantly surprised when I got to sit down, even close to the stage. ZZ Top tribute band was also very good. Both worth hearing again and again...
The lifelong quest of any artist or band is most commonly to accurately represent and replicate his or her surroundings. Like the great musical composers of the classical and renaissance periods, the music was not only a medium of which to hear, but the very fiber by which they lived. In the 1960s and ’70s, Southern California became the home of a new slick musical style, comprising of strong instrumental sketches sprinkled with ethereal, political and heartfelt storytelling.
This blueprint became the standards by which all great groups were measured. Starting with the Beach Boys, and The Byrds, Southern California’s own Eagles road this wave of melody, harmony and musicianship to the top of the charts. Although the longest journey begins with the first step, the five talented members of Desperado have set out to resurrect this once prominent blueprint back into the fiber of today’s Southern California music scene and to musically demonstrate the fact that imitation is the highest form of flattery.