The Bottom Line
Saturday, October 25 -- 7:30 & 10:30PM Shows
Producers: Edward Rogers & Jeanne Stahlman
Hosted by: Annie Golden
THE BEAT GOES On ... Vol. 17
PURE POP FOR NOW PEOPLE: SONGS WITH MELODIES THAT POP
After The Beatles broke up in the early 70s, the world was left with a pop music void needing to be filled. Happily, the 70's produced a number of pop delights that sound as fresh today as the day they were recorded. "American Girl," "Day After Day," "September Girls," "Surrender," and "Cruel To Be Kind" are just some of the songs which will be performed during a show that should not be missed.
Join us on a musical journey of pure pop from The Beatles to The Flaming Groovies to Cheap Trick, Big Star to The Raspberries and The Pretenders all the way up to Teenage Fan Club and beyond.
Remember the 12-string guitars and 4-part harmonies that kept you humming long after you heard them on the radio? Well, we do and on October 25th, we will share our own versions of these musical memories with you.
Artists such as Howie Statland, Ricky Byrd, Willie Nile, Jenni Muldaur, Don Fleming, Christine Ohlman, Edward Rogers, Tish & Snooky, George Usher, Kris Woolsey, Joshua Tyler, Frank Bango, Don Piper, Mary Lee Kortes, Joe Hurley, Tom Clarke, Ladybug Transistor and more will be performing at two shows -- 7:30 and 10:30.
A great band of musicians, led by musical director Andy Burton includes: Dennis Diken (Smithereens), Sal Maida (Roxy Music, Sparks), Jon Spurney (Susan McKeown) and Eric Nicolas (Phoebe Snow).
Come and help us celebrate great pop music and the 30 years of musical treasures that The Bottom Line has given us. Show us your support.