GARDEN STAGE with THE SUZANNE SHERIDAN BAND

March 6, 2015

 

The Suzanne Sheridan Band

 

Let THE SUZANNE SHERIDAN BAND take you back to the music of the 60’s and 70’s performing the songs of three of the most accomplished women singer-songwriters of our time – Carole King, Carly Simon, and Joni Mitchell. With an amazing array of musicians including Bob Cooper on keyboards, Marshal Rosenberg on percussion, Ruth Ahlers on all wind instruments plus backup vocal, Kim Manning and Denise Johnson on backup vocals, and the vibrant and powerful vocals of singer and guitarist Suzanne Sheridan, this concert will surely infect you with joy, nostalgia and the urge to sing along so please do.

Sheridan adds, “We are thrilled and very excited to be performing this concert at Garden Stage. All the musicians love playing this music and needless to say, the audience loves singing along.” Sheridan continued, “They taught an entire generation to define themselves through their own unfiltered emotions of pain, joy, love, desire, losing and winning in songs that rocked the world.” They surely, deeply and personally affected Sheridan and helped her realize just how much one could express in a song.

Sheridan and her band will perform such iconic songs as King’s “You’ve Got a Friend,” “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman,” “It’s Too Late,” and “Up On the Roof”; Mitchell’s “A Case of You,” “Big Yellow Taxi,” and  “Woodstock”; and Simon’s “You Belong to Me,” “You’re So Vain,” “Anticipation” and “Let the River Run” among others.  http://www.suzannesheridanmusic.com

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~ by suzannesheridanmusic on February 10, 2015.

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