For The Record: The Music of Quentin Tarantino's Films
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The last date listed for For The Record: Tarantino In Concert was Saturday September 4, 2010 / 9:00pm.
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Featured review from Andrea SzeredyRed Velvet
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I can only give it a "4" rating due to the venue & time scheduling. The show did not get started for 45 minutes past the 9:00 p.m. time listed, with the posted advisory of "NO LATE SEATING." There was SO much late seating going on, it took a whole 45 minutes, cramming everyone together so tightly, that I'm sure the fire department would not approve. The venue is just too small for all of the people they cram in, & I understand this goes on all of the time. I couldn't find a seat, even though I arrived way too early due to the "NO LATE SEATING" policy, because I was told everything was already reserved. I ended up dangling my feet all night on a bar stool.
I must admit that whenever there is a posted "2 drink minimum" you can expect these crowded conditions & a late show starting, not to mention the over-priced drinks. Why not allow the customer to decide on their own drink minimum?
The singers were all too good for these conditions - they need to hold this show in a much larger area for a more professional & pleasing experience for everyone.
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This show is a lot of fun for Tarantino fans and for those who just love good music. The band is very talented and a multitude of fantastic singers shared the stage. You definitely feel engaged when the music starts. The venue itself is the bar...continued
Experience the soundtrack of a master. Tarantino in Concert features music from the soundtracks of Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill 1 and 2, Jackie Brown, Death Proof and Inglourious Basterds.
With an ensemble featuring Nick Bushkar, Josh Kerlin, Jordan Rogers, Tori Spero, Stephanie Hayslip and Lauren Santos.
Musical direction by Christopher Bratten. Jonny Morrow (bass), Nick Perez (guitar), Daniel Pouliet (drums).