Fri Aug 17 2018

11:59 PM (Doors 11:00 PM)

The Southgate House Revival - Sanctuary

111 E Sixth Street Newport, KY 41071

$22 adv/ $25 dos

All Ages

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    Richard Lloyd’s place in rock history was established before he was thirty years old, but his adventures continued. He made a series of fine solo albums and worked as a side-man and session musician. He married and raised a son. He explored spiritual and philosophical disciplines with a scholar’s attention. He worked in an office. He was a guitar teacher. He made background music for TV shows. He is the rare rock legend who has also lived for years as a civilian. He has always had a writer’s sensibility – the gift for standing slightly outside himself and observing. Combine that with a photographic memory and an almost penitential honesty and you have the makings of a great memoir.
     

       Richard Lloyd is a man who, when told by Keith Richards’ mother that his band would never be as great as her son’s group, agreed with her and told her why: “At the end of the day, Keith and I are organ grinders, and Keith has the best monkey.”

Richard Lloyd (of Television) at The Southgate House Revival

Fri Aug 17 2018 11:59 PM

(Doors 11:00 PM)

The Southgate House Revival - Sanctuary Newport KY
Richard Lloyd (of Television) at The Southgate House Revival
  • Sorry, you missed this event.
  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

$22 adv/ $25 dos All Ages

Richard Lloyd (of Television)

Richard Lloyd (of Television)

Alternative

Richard Lloyd’s place in rock history was established before he was thirty years old, but his adventures continued. He made a series of fine solo albums and worked as a side-man and session musician. He married and raised a son. He explored spiritual and philosophical disciplines with a scholar’s attention. He worked in an office. He was a guitar teacher. He made background music for TV shows. He is the rare rock legend who has also lived for years as a civilian. He has always had a writer’s sensibility – the gift for standing slightly outside himself and observing. Combine that with a photographic memory and an almost penitential honesty and you have the makings of a great memoir.
 

   Richard Lloyd is a man who, when told by Keith Richards’ mother that his band would never be as great as her son’s group, agreed with her and told her why: “At the end of the day, Keith and I are organ grinders, and Keith has the best monkey.”