Tapestry: An Evening in Laurel Canyon

Type:Music - Tribute Act

139 High Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1XS

Tel: 01273473076

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About

Jukebox 1264 presents their debut concert Tapestry: An Evening in Laurel Canyon. This event sends us back to California in the 1960s and 1970s as the hippies took over the Sunset Strip.
With the house prices too high in the centre of town, a creative hub emerged in Laurel Canyon; an area overlooking Los Angeles in the Hollywood Hills. Those who took advantage of the cheaper living spaces included The Byrds, The Doors, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Glenn Fry and Don Henley of Eagles and Carole King.
In the first half of this concert you will hear music from the artists listed above as well as many others by the Laurel Canyon residents during this time.
In the second half, the band will perform in its entirety Carole King's timeless album Tapestry. Released in February 1971, this will be a celebration of fifty years of this record and a perfect launch for this new local ensemble.

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Opening Times

Season (24 Oct 2021)
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Sunday15:00

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