Blood Sweat & Tears: The Mighty Legends of Jazz-Rock
Blood Sweat & Tears bring their high-powered live show and back catalogue of rock classics to the Canyon in Agoura Hills. They hit the scene in the late '60s with a unique fusion of rock, soul, R&B and jazz influences, and soon became known for their impressive horn section. Their self-titled 1969 album went quadruple-platinum, won that year's Grammy award for Best Album, and spawned the hits "Spinning Wheel," "You've Made Me So Very Happy" and "And When I Die." The Ben Babylon Band and Bulldawg Blues Band are set to open a soulful and exciting show.
DO NOT EAT AT THE CANYON CLUB! Not only does is the food bad, it's pricey, and here is something you should know. If you buy dinner, they put tables in the center of the dance floor. If you don't reserve those tables, it is highly likely that you will be able to get thisclose to the performers. I prefer a GA situation, and it has only been in the last few years that they've done tables on the floor. Those reserved seats are not guaranteed yours, and you pay extra (at least 2-3 times the regular GA price) for the privilege of being smashed together with other people. Trust me, save yourself a $200+ night, eat somewhere else and pay $25 for a ticket, not $75-$100.
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