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Heartache Tonight - Eagles Tribute Band with Special late set of Led Zeppelin Tribute: Kashmir
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Heartache Tonight - Eagles Tribute Band
with Special late set of Led Zeppelin Tribute: Kashmir

Heartache Tonight - Eagles Tribute Band Special late set of Led Zeppelin Tribute: Kashmir

Friday, Feb 15, 2013 9:00 PM CST 2013-02-15T21:00 (7:00 PM Doors)
, Lincolnshire, IL
18 years and over

10.0 250.0
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Heartache Tonight: From the powerful guitar duel in “Hotel California” to the shimmering harmonies of “Peaceful Easy Feeling,” Heartache Tonight delivers a true Eagles concert experience in every detail. Each performance features unforgettable hit songs from all eras and incarnations of the Eagles, plus great solo hits like Joe Walsh’s “Rocky Mountain Way,” and Don Henley’s “Dirty Laundry.”

The six members of Heartache Tonight have shared stages with some of the biggest names in rock, including Jimmy Buffett, Eddie Money and the Doobie Brothers, and have played festivals and performing arts centers across the country. Every show is filled with moments designed to thrill classic rock fans :the soaring a cappella harmonies of “Seven Bridges Road,” the snarling guitars of “Life In The Fast Lane,” the anthemic country rock of “Take It Easy,” and the beautifully evocative “Heart Of The Matter.” Close your eyes and you’ll swear you’re hearing the real thing.

Kashmir was formed in late 2001, after guitarist Frank Livingston decided to leave the Led Zeppelin Tribute band he was in to form a show based on substance and feel rather than just "fitting the suit". "It's important to look the part, but way too often tribute bands seem to forget that without the sound, the look does nothing". KASHMIR seeks to re-create the mindset of a 70's Zeppelin Show utilizing authentic vintage stage gear, costumes, and special effects, with attention to great detail in a non pretentious way. But most importantly, KASHMIR does not take liberties on "improving" the music. Led Zeppelin should be played as it was using only the equipment available of the day and should be reproduced "dead on" with great respect and admiration. "It's not about us, it's about Led Zeppelin". KASHMIR performs Led Zeppelin's entire catalog including but not limited to Led's Zeppelin's movie The Song Remains The Same. Don't miss KASHMIR-THE LED ZEPPELIN SHOW.



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