Rewiring Genesis Live (with NDV) in Whittier, Ca.

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Rewiring Genesis Live (with NDV) in Whittier, Ca.

Postby PapaJimH » Wed May 27, 2009 1:00 am

August 1, 2009 at The Center Theater in Whittier, California
Tickets Go On Sale Saturday May 30 8:00AM Only at CalProg.Com
All Ages / All Seats Reserved

CalProg is pleased to announce "Rewiring Genesis - A Live Tribute to the Lamb Lies Down on Broadway" featuring Nick D'Virgilio (Spock's Beard, Tears for Fears) on August 1 at the Whittier venue. For those of you that are not familiar with the album, it is not a typical "tribute" album, but more an artistic reinterpretation of the classic Genesis album. The Musical Box played to sell-out crowds all over the world (including Whittier) a few years ago performing "The Lamb", but what they did was an "exact recreation" of the original tour, note for note, audience patter and all. But this is totally different. The band includes horns, female singers, strings and even an accordion. According to Nick, there will be "between 10-12 people" performing.

NDV and Rewiring partner Mark Hornsby co-produced the album using some of the best studio musicians in Nashville. Most of the original band will be performing at the show in Whittier.

For those of you that were lucky enough to attend Nick's "Shaming of the True" show, you know what the man can do when he goes after a big production. This promises to be one of those landmark events that will only happen once, but will be the subject of discussions for years to come. If you're a fan of Genesis (and what prog fan ISN'T?), you'll want to see this show!

http://www.calprog.com/rewiring_genesis_live.htm
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Postby mondstar » Wed May 27, 2009 2:55 am

It is always fantastic to hear from you, thanks for the lovely letter. A puny little less is that i'm still recovering from last Saturday's visit to the chat-room. All sofa-land was for four hours in a not small measurement in soariously danger of actually hitting the ceiling, not to speak of side-effects in the time-space fabric. It's got pretty much mixed up, chief-investigator Wiggum Big Ben told space-farer Otto without motto, main-ensign on the Fleeing Teakettle prototype d1-23. Latter has a spare moment for the concert since his coffeepotbreakinghot ..stunt, say.

Morning drowsiness being put off, according to ...me, from your words leads a comment from Phil Colon, do try squeeze the squonk.

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