The March 10 show is the last major concert to have taken place in New York before being shut down because of Covid-19.
SPECIAL GUESTS – DAN AYKROYD, COLIN JAMES, JAMES COTTON, COLIN LINDEN, JONAS, & WAYNE JACKSON OF THE MEMPHIS HORNS
Jed tells the story with an increasing sense of drama commensurate with the oxygen tank explosion which catastrophically damaged the spacecraft and forced the crew to orbit the moon without landing and to return to earth.
Looking and sounding like a rerun of the famous New York Woodstock festival which propelled Ten Years After to global stardom was the Fifty Years After Party at the record-breaking Silverstone Classic.
“There would be no Blues Brothers if it weren’t for Downchild!” – Dan Aykroyd
Beyond its anti-war sentiment, “Fortunate Son” is an anthem for the 99%ers. Creedence condensed a critique of elitism and class privilege into three simple, but powerfully defiant words: “It Ain’t Me.”
Since its release, ‘At Folsom Prison’ has been acknowledged as one of the greatest albums of all time.
For ten years, Blue Thumb Records was one of music’s most adventurous and imaginative record labels.
Ten Years After stormed the stages of rock, and they created a sensation that stunned audiences…
Released as a single by ABC-Paramount on September 23rd, 1967, the jazz giant’s classic cover still serves as medicine for turbulent times.