Frontiers: the Ultimate JOURNEY Tribute Band
Larry and the Hartbreakers - A Tom Petty Tribute Band
Sat · October 27, 2018
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmSherman Theater
$20.00 - $23.00
All Ages Admitted // 21 to drink with ID
TICKETS GO ON SALE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC ON FRI. 9/14
At the request of the Artist, this is a General Admission standing show
Reserved Balcony seating available for Members only
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Lead vocalist Elaine Tuttle is an absolute dead ringer for Steve Perry vocally. Fans agree that FRONTIERS delivers the closest experience to the original Steve Perry fronted lineup.
The band features world class New York musicians; Damon Marks (guitar, vocals), Larry Edoff (keys, vocals) Marc Windler (bass, vocals) and Gerry Fortus (drums) who along with Elaine have brought the show to critical acclaim.
Frontiers takes you back to the '80's era when JOURNEY’s timeless chart topping hits such as Open Arms, Separate Ways (Worlds Apart), Send Her My Love, Faithfully, Don’t Stop Believin, Who’s Crying Now, Anyway You Want It and many others ruled the airwaves.
The talent of these five musicians together has brought the meaning of TRIBUTE to a whole new level. See it to believe it!
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I then reached out to Bob Doc and then Dave Della Fera, both Rude Mood members and they immediately signed on. Within 3 hours we had a band and 21 songs selected. I called up a local venue, the Crossroads, and they were sold too. We lined up the gig!
In just three rehearsals, we put together this wonderful show. Many old friends showed up, Petty fans showed up and it was fantastic! It was a success. The band was energized. Somehow I knew we’d continue. These were guys I’ve played with my whole life in one incarnation or another. When we get together there is an electricity, a bond, a purpose. We performed that gig with our old name, Rude Mood. A band we had from 1983-1996. It felt good.
It was a bit nostalgic, but as we pulled this show together this really started to feel like a new thing. And so we are going to continue this lovefest for TP. Me and the boys don’t disagree at all on song choice or what we want to do with this band. We are lockstep and in the groove. I handle a lot of the organization, some of the musical arranging, but Larry has really stepped into being a lead singer again and you can see how driven he is in the role. He’d stepped out of the limelight for a number of years, playing only a supporting role in our other band, Mushmouth. But Larry is back and he’s killing. It was apropos that we name this band with his name, with an obvious nod to the original Heartbreakers -- we’re calling this band the Hartbreakers.
And so we begin this third stage in our musical adventures together. We started as Rude Mood, then continued with Mushmouth (and we remain members of Mush!) and now we are Larry Hart and the Hartbreakers. This isn’t about impersonating anyone or trying to dress like the original band. It’s all about the music and the songs. Come share in the fun and joy of this music from a great American artist. We plan on playing. A lot.
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