Back 2 Mac *a tribute to Fleetwood Mac* with Great Lakes

C'mon Everybody Presents:

Back 2 Mac *a tribute to Fleetwood Mac* with Great Lakes

Great Lakes

Sun · February 4, 2018

8:00 pm

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 21 and over

Back 2 Mac
Back 2 Mac
Rumours - A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac is a show that brings you back to the magical glory days of Fleetwood Mac. The musicians are friends that were originally gathered by the Motherlodge Arts Live Arts Exchange for two performances only on the night of October 2, 2010. The event was so well enjoyed that the band continues to play...to larger audiences with each show.
Drummer Ray Rizzo is Mick Fleetwood, Kimmet Cantwell is Stevie Nicks, Todd Johnson and Danny Flanigan are the guitar and vocals of Lindsay Buckingham, original member Brigid Kaelin was Christie McVie (Brigid is now living and performing in Scotland) Natalie Bajandas is the Christie now! Bassist Tim Halcomb is John McVie.

The RUMOURS album is performed in it's entirety and is followed by an encore of other Fleetwood Mac masterpieces.
Great Lakes
Great Lakes
Great Lakes formed in 1996 in Athens, Georgia and has been based in Brooklyn, NY since 2002. The band has released 4 albums. A 5th record called Wild Vision will come out in January 2016 on the band’s own label, Loose Trucks. For this new album singer-songwriter-guitarist Ben Crum reconvened the same lineup of musicians who helped him make 2010's Ways of Escape: vocalist Suzanne Nienaber, drummer Kevin Shea, bassist David Lerner and keyboardist Joe McGinty.

While Great Lakes' early records traded in a whimsical, light-hearted psychedelia, with their 3rd and 4th albums, 2006's Diamond Times and 2010's Ways of Escape, the band gradually gravitated toward more personal songs, with a darker tone. That pattern continues with Wild Vision. Of the band's musical evolution, Crum explains, "I feel like I'm past the point of citing influences, or of discussing what happened that made me go from writing carefree psych-pop to this much darker, weightier music I'm making now. What I can say is that I’ve been doing this for 20 years, and every album I've done has been a carefully deliberate artistic statement, for better or worse."
Venue Information:
C'mon Everybody
325 Franklin Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11238
http://www.cmoneverybody.com/