White Album Ensemble “Unplugged”

White Album Ensemble “Unplugged”

SOLD OUT! WAE productions present: A Valentine’s weekend concert, the White Album Ensemble “Unplugged”, our traditional Beatles love songs all on acoustic instruments. Selections will be included from the last 7 BEATLES albums including Rubber Soul, Revolver, Sgt Pepper’s, Magical Mystery Tour, The “White” Album, Let it Be, and Abbey Road; with an accent on beautiful melodies, acoustic guitars, grand piano, and rich vocal sounds. This is the period where the Beatles no longer performed “live’, as the music had so many overdubs, edits and vocal arrangements that four musicians simply couldn’t perform the songs with 60’s technology. These shows do usually sell out, and general admission means first come, first served. Richard Bryant (Vocals, and Percussion), Stephen Krilanovich (Guitar, Vocals) Ken Kraft (Guitar and Vocals,), Paul Revelli (Drums), and Endre Tarczy ( Bass), Dale Ockerman (Keyboards, Guitar, Mandolin, Harmonica) Tickets: $20 Advance Tickets: www.tix.com And in person at Streetlight Records, 939 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz Doors: 7:00 PM More info: email info@whitealbumlive.com...
The White Album Ensemble “Unplugged”

The White Album Ensemble “Unplugged”

Saturday, February 16, 8:00 PM The White Album Ensemble “Unplugged” Tickets: $20 General Admission Advance tickets: Streetlight records, Santa Cruz, 939 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz, 95060 – (831) 421-9200 and online at at www.tix.com keyword “white album ensemble” or “kuumbwa feb 16 2013” Doors: 7:00 PM The White Album Ensemble presents its annual Valentine’s Day weekend performance at Kuumbwa Jazz. The WAE is renowned for the sound of recreating Beatles Music live, particularly the later period when the group ceased to tour. While many Beatles songs such as “Michelle”, or “Blackbird” were “Unplugged”- that is- acoustic instruments and vocals, the WAE has for many years done concerts at Kuumbwa that are performed on acoustic piano, and acoustic guitars, even doing versions of more electric, rock songs. The Kuumbwa Jazz center is a comfortable, intimate venue that features food, and wine, an excellent Yamaha grand piano, and state of the art sound. “This wonderful local group is the next best thing to hearing the Beatles perform these albums live (which they never did…)”
— UCSC music professor Fred Lieberman “…musically, they were tighter than a hangman’s noose… an excellent performance…” — Metro Santa Cruz...