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Event Archive - CLASSIC ALBUM SERIES: Femme Zeppelin, The Unknown Soldiers, Rachel Davis, The Dirty Blue Groove

Fri. September 11th 2015 Fairview Pub (No Minors)
Presented by: I.M.U. Productions
. Friday, September 11th IMU presents FEMME ZEPPELIN Led Zeppelin Tribute featuring Rachel Davis, The UNKNOWN SOLDIERS: A Celebration Of The Doors & DIRTY BLUE GROOVE @ The Fairview, 898 West Broadway . Show 9:30pm / $10 cover

Join The Unknown Soldiers as they perform The Doors' 1967 self-titled debut album from start to finish as a part of their Doors Classic Album Series! Joined by Femme Zeppelin & Dirty Blue Groove ,this promises to be an unforgettable evening of timeless classics!

FEMME ZEPPELIN captures the spirit and sound of Led Zeppelin in a unique and passionate way, transporting audiences to familiar places like Kashmir and Misty Mountain with skill and artistry. The band members serve as enthusiastic ambassadors to Zeppelin's majestic catalogue, taking great joy in weaving these evocative tunes for fans new and old while showcasing Rachel Davis' powerful vocals and near 5 octave range.

The UNKNOWN SOLDIERS come amazingly close to replicating the music of THE DOORS note for note while capturing their raw energy through each band member's interpretation, combining to deliver a groovy reproduction of a live Doors show that keeps audiences in a head-bobbing, toe-tapping trance. Their singer's Morrison-esque look, vibe and baritone voice combine with swirling organs and deft musicianship to captivate and transcend time and place, allowing audiences to be transported back in time to experience a taste of live shows that are now a part of rock mythology.

DIRTY BLUE GROOVE is hard rockin' dirty blues from the '60s and '70s including covers from Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac. Inspired by bands like Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin, Dirty Blue Groove embraces a simple three piece concept that aims to rock hard and loud!

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The Unknown Soldiers

THE UNKNOWN SOLDIERS are named after The Doors most political song. They come amazingly close to replicating The Doors music note for note, but more importantly they capture the raw energy through each band member's interpretation. By combining these elements they deliver a groovy reproduction of a live Doors show, keeping the audience in a head-bo... more info
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