A tribute to Paul Simon

2018-06-13 06:01

SINCE their run-away success tribute shows, Johnny Cash, Memphis 55 and Creedence Clearwater Revival, Pop Up Show are set to deliver a production that will not only have you reminiscing but also singing along to the remarkable work of Paul Simon.

The show is their most challenging task to date and is a “stripped down” production based on Paul Simons’ Road to Graceland.

Rob and Garth Warren (The Black Lapels), together with the sensational “stick man” Gareth Gale and the enigmatic Rusty Red on lead guitar, step away from their traditional use of electric content and, instead, strip their rock ‘n roll spurs for a more purist, acoustic singer-songwriter approach. For the Paul Simon fans out there, a set list with “favourites” awaits from Graceland to You Can Call Me Al, not excluding a string of other classics such as Homeless, The Boxer, Gumboots, Diamonds On The Soles Of Her Shoes… and then the brilliance of Mother and Child Reunion, each beautifully polished and delicately delivered. Purchase tickets through Webtickets and catch the performance on June 29 and June 30 at The Hexagon Theatre at 7. 30 pm.


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