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Anne Akiko Meyers debuted with the New York Philharmonic at the age of 12!
”When men and women are able to respect and accept their differences then love has a chance to blossom ” – John Gray, from the book “Men are from Mars Women are from Venus”
at The Lyric Theatre Mar 6, 2015 7:00 pm
Formed in the late 1960s, Pure Prairie League got their name from the fictional temperance union referenced in the 1939 cowboy film Dodge City, starring Errol Flynn. Following their initial success in Cincinnati, Ohio, Pure Prairie League truly came to fame after the release of the single “Amie” in 1974. The group’s third album, Two Lane Highway, featured guest artists Chet Atkins, Don Felder, and Emmylou Harris among others. In 1978, Pure Prairie League welcomed singer-songwriter and instrumentalist Vince Gill to the group.
Pure Prairie League continued to enjoy success as a touring country rock band throughout the late 1970s and 1980s, despite their lack of a recording contract. Finally, in 1988, the group decided to take a break from touring altogether. Ten years later, Pure Prairie League was back again and better than ever. Although their members have changed over the years, Pure Prairie League has maintained their dedication to providing authentic country rock to audiences around the world. Their most recent member, Scott Thompson, joined the group in May of 2012. At the Lyric Theatre this season, Pure Prairie League will perform some of their greatest hits including “Amie,” “Let Me Love You Tonight,” and “That’ll Be the Day.”
“this show, inspired by a popular website, and turned into a popular Off Broadway hit by Peter Gethers and Daniel Okrent, has some memorable, laugh-out-loud moments” – Chicago Sun Times
“A lot of guys really I get the feeling don’t care whether you like their show or not, you know. I want people to enjoy what I do, and understand what I’m doing is for their enjoyment, it’s all I can ask for.” – Regis Philbin
“For anyone seeing Bill Wharton for the first time, his show was an overwhelming event. Wharton preached his “gospel of gumbo, assembled his culinary creation and continually urged the audience (especially the women) to help him out by stirring the pot until the gumbo was ready to eat. When he added his burning slide guitar to the mix, everyone got a show that they could see, hear, smell, touch and taste” – Dave Piltz, Blues on Stage
Described as, “Glee Meets Stomp”, the green minded musical group Vocal Trash joins the family today!
Courtesy of “Home & Family” show on the Hallmark Channel
Men are From Mars–Women are From Venus LIVE! has been seen by more than one million people around Europe. This hysterical show will have couples elbowing each other all evening as they see themselves on stage.