Another Tequilla Sunrise, America's Most Authentic Eagles Tribute Band
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The last date listed for Another Tequilla Sunrise was Friday February 25, 2011 / 7:00pm.
Currently at The Hanover Theatre:
- Full Price:
- $47.00 - $57.00
- Our Price:
- $23.50 - $28.50
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Quotes & Highlights
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You’ll hear authentic presentation of hits like Take It Easy, The Long Run, Heartache Tonight, Lyin’ Eyes, Already Gone, Life In The Fast Lane, and of course – Hotel California. Another Tequila Sunrise faithfully and accurately recreates those lush vocal harmonies, and great guitar solos and riffs. It's like listening to the soundtrack from their life.
In 1973, The Eagles released their “Desperado” album. It was a loosely built as a concept album – a sort of parable… the life of a desperado, an outlaw… the life of a rock star, a guitar god. The album was not warmly received by those that fell in love with that newfound ‘country rock’ sound The Eagles brought forth with their first album, “Eagles.” Be that as it may, this album for The Eagles was much like the album “Tommy” was for The Who, “Tales of Topographic Oceans” was for Yes, and “Dark Side Of The Moon” was for Pink Floyd. Unfortunately, for The Eagles, new albums were released (1 per year from 1972 to 1976) and “Desperado” was overtaken by newer hits/albums as their sound was maturing and changing. To true Eagles fans, the "Desperado" album is a great album with a story to be heard!
Years ago, Another Tequila Sunrise developed ‘features’ performed within their shows – this one a dramatic presentation of the “Desperado” album that includes old west costumes, multimedia projection, accurate and authentic performance of the album start to finish, and additional performers to make up a ‘stage band.’ The multimedia content helps to visually tell the story of the desperado, the outlaw, and the youthful rock guitar god, and also present some things about life itself. The “Desperado” album contains the songs “Doolin-Dalton,” “Twenty One,” “Out Of Control,” “Tequila Sunrise,” “Desperado,” “Certain Kind of Fool,” “Doolin-Dalton Instrumental),” “Outlaw Man,” “Saturday Night,” “Bitter Creek,” and last - ”Doolin-Dalton/Desperado Reprise.”
We’re sure you will enjoy this very unique one-of-a-kind show for both the best songs by The Eagles, and that of Don Henley, Glenn Frey, and Joe Walsh, as well as the feature presentation of “Desperado.”