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waterside live takes off with starship

The second show in the Live at the Waterside concert series was truly out of this world. Jefferson Starship rocked Waterside Theatre, best known as the home of The Lost Colony, the nation’s premier and longest-running outdoor symphonic drama. Writer Kip Tabb was there, and shares his enthusiasm for the show in his review on the North Beach Sun.

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Waterside Theatre is an amazing venue to see a concert, and Jefferson Starship didn’t disappoint!

“Wow! That’s the one word description for the Jefferson Starship concert at the Lost Colony last night.

There is a reason this band has endured, and it becomes apparent as soon as they take the stage. Combining superb musicianship with extraordinary vocals and a repertoire spanning 50 years, this is a group that has performed at the highest level for years and understands what that means.

Original members Paul Kantner on rhythm guitar and David Freiberg, rhythm guitar and vocals, are still touring with the band and it is evident these are master musicians who still have the passion and skill to bring an audience to their feet.”

Read the rest of the review over at the North Beach Sun!

The final concert in the series is Resurrection—A Journey Tribute on Sunday, August 2nd. Nationally known Nashville, TN-based Journey tribute band will take you on a musical trip back to the days of big hair and acid-washed jeans. You can groove along with your favorite Journey tunes that let you relive hits like “Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Faithfully,” “Anyway You Want It,” and countless others for only $20 for general admission and $60 for the VIP treatment!

Click HERE for more info and tickets.

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