70s Revolution Tour in support of the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada
Date: November 12th, 8:00 pm - November 12th, 11:00pm
Venue: Palace Theatre - 710 Dundas St.
Location: LondonMore Info
Fresh from Woodstock the road through the 70’s would find us stopping at a Hotel in California where Travolta would give us Fever on Saturday Night. Paisley was the pattern of choice.
Platform Shoes took us to new heights.
The King of Rock n Roll said Aloha from Hawaii
and the future King of Pop taught us our ABC’s.
All while Disco kept us Staying Alive.
FUNK | SOUL | DISCO | CLASSIC ROCK
Celebrate the journey that made us
carefree, gave hope and brought us together…
Rockin’ the 70’s & Beyond
In benefit for the London, Ontario based Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada, multi-award winning recording artist Andrew Martin and his stellar band will take audience members on a journey back through their minds to some of the best musical memories of the 70’s. Performed with a fresh new polish on classics from funk, soul, disco and classic rock, Andrew’s sizzling tenor vocals have garnered high praise across Canada as well as Europe and into the United States, with songs charting in the top 10 of the top 100 billboard charts in both Europe & United States.
Every day 27 Canadians are diagnosed with a brain tumour. There is no cure. Brain tumours are unpredictable and complex. They can affect vision, hearing, memory, balance and mobility. Their effects are physical, emotional, financial, and last a lifetime. It’s through sights, sounds and a fun trip through great memories of the past, that the 70’s Revolution wishes to be a part of helping to fight for a cure.
Originally constructed as a silent movie theatre in 1929 and now renovated for live theatre and concerts, the Palace Theatre at 710 Dundas Street in London will be hosting this event – 8:00 pm, Saturday November 12, 2016.
Visit www.AM70sRevolution.com for tickets and more information about the artist and tour.