Abgeschickt von sara john am 21 Juni, 2010 um 11:44:22
Best of the best: Diana Ross, James Taylor and Carol King, More sweet memories from a sweet time in the annals of pop music. James Taylor and Carole King's Troubadour Reunion Tour marks the 40th anniversary of their first performance together at West Hollywood's celebrated Troubadour nightspot. JT is 62 now and King is 68, and this reunion is being billed as a once-in-a-lifetime event. Look for both artists to shower the people at the Palace with lots of love via hits like "Jazzman," "Fire and Rain" and "You've Got a Friend."
Back in 1970, Carole King and James Taylor made their debut appearance together at Los Angeles' famed haunt, The Troubadour, as respected songwriters but unproven performers. Due to an awesome response by fans and sold out shows in many cities iconic musicians Carole King and James Taylor have added 16 new dates to their “Troubadour Reunion” tour, including a stop at Quicken Loans Arena on Wednesday, July 7th at 7:30 p.m. This is a lifetime event brings together two of the most favorite singer/songwriters for an extraordinary concert experience. The set list will include a breadth of material including songs they performed during their 1969 debut show at the Troubadour in Los Angeles, which helped propel them both to the world stage. The Rocking pop star Taylor's Perspectives begins in April 2011 when he hosts a very special gala honoring Carnegie Hall's 120th anniversary. The following week, he discovers his musical ancestry with a performance that focuses on his early influences, including bluegrass, blues, Celtic music, and Church of England hymns.
The second song of the 160-minute Carole King and James Taylor Troubadour Reunion Tour at Sunrise's Bank Atlantic Center Saturday night told the story of a night filled with fond memories and enduring music: "One more song about moving along the highway / Can't say much of anything that's new," King, 68, sang, her voice a bit raspier, but no less.... Taylor and King’s talent is a mixed blessing A cathedral of corpses gathered at the Schott Sunday night to hear the reassuring music that soothed the national soul after the trauma of the