Sherman Theater Presents
Geoff Tate’s 30th Anniversary of Operation: Mindcrime
Till Death Do Us Part, SICKNESS - A Tribute to Black Sabbath
Thu · June 14, 2018
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:45 pm
$29 in advance | $39 Reserved seats
All Ages Admitted // 21 to drink with ID
TICKETS GO ON SALE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC ON FRI. MAR 30
At the request of the Artist, this is a General Admission Show (Reserved seating available)
Front Row Balcony seating available for Members only
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Geoff Tate celebrates the 30th Anniversary of one of the best-selling rock concept albums, Operation:Mindcrime - certified Platinum and named as one of the “100 Greatest Heavy Metal Albums Of All Time”. Come again and follow Nikki through his journey of a corrupt society as he gets involved with a revolutionary group along with Father William, Dr. X and Sister Mary.
Geoff and his electric band will perform the album in its entirety, featuring the hits “Revolution Calling”, “I Don’t Believe In Love” and “Eyes Of A Stranger” along with a greatest hits set featuring “Jet City Woman” “Empire” and the forever signature “Silent Lucidity”.
Till Death Do Us Part
Founded in 2016 American singer, Emily Tate teamed up with Scottish musician, Kieran Robertson to create a new type of synthetic heavy rock. Emily's dark and somber lyrics paired easily with the emotional musical creations of Kieran. The two later added Bassist, Jack Ross (Glasgow) and Drumer, Lee Reston (Glasgow,) who both added to the live energy and stage excitement they feel is missing from the music industry today, and named the band "Till Death Do Us Part." The band quickly developed a unique signature sound using heavy distorted guitars, a djent like bass tone, various different synth layers, samplers, soundscapes, powerful drums and beautiful vocals.
SICKNESS - A Tribute to Black Sabbath
A tribute to Black Sabbath & Ozzy Osbourne