This two-hour stage spectacular captures the sounds and excitement of Americas country rock Icons.
Featuring 30 timeless rock and roll classics, that defined The Eagles and CCR as 1970’s superstars.
Part one of the highly acclaimed show takes the audience on a musical journey of THE EAGLES– the
highest-selling American band in U.S. Master pieces such as; “Take It Easy”, “Witchy Woman”,
“Already Gone”, “One of These Nights”, “Lyin’ Eyes”; “Take It to the Limit”, “New Kid in Town”, “Desperado”,
“Hotel California” and “Life in the Fast Lane”-are all faithfully reproduced.
Part two of the show kicks into overdrive, featuring the chart topping sounds of San Francisco’s favourite
sons- CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL- With more than 26 million album sales in the U.S. alone, it
was CCR’s take of Dale Hawkins’ rockabilly classic “Suzie Q” that set an irrepressible force in motion and
making the band a platinum household name.
CCR anthems such as “Proud Mary,” “Bad Moon Rising,”, “Up Around The Bend”, “Born On The Bayou”,
“Have You Ever Seen The Rain”, “Travelin’ Band” and “Green River” are sure to set the dance floor ablaze.
The Kings of Country Rock Tour, with the Cajun country string quartet is much more than a concert; it’s the
ultimate rock experience. The cast of 11 multi-talented & internationally respected musicians bring to life a
stage show unlike any other. So get aboard proud Mary, as we set sail down the dark desert highway of the
1970’s featuring the platinum hits of The Eagles’ and Creedence Clearwater Revival’s.
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