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You can catch Black Jacket Symphony at Lexington Opera House in Lexington, showing Jan 21, 2022More info Book tickets
Black Jacket Symphony specialise in bringing classic albums to life on stage, playing them front to back with a chosen set of musicians, who recreate the records note for note. After the album is over, Black Jacket Symphony bring out a short set of the chosen artist's greatest hits. If you never got the chance to hear The Beatles or Pink Floyd, there really is nothing closer! Experience your favorite albums as if it was the very first time in this unique concert experience! Artists covered include anything from Eagles to AC/DC. Check your local venue to see which album you'll be hearing live, and in full!
Among the record they'll be performing on this tour are Queen's "A Night at the Opera" ft. Marc Martel, Journey's "Escape":, the Allman Brothers Band's "Brothers and Sisters" and the Eagles "Hotel California". For information on which record they'll be covering in your area, please contact your local venue directly.
Performance date: 1 July 2021
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