Evil Woman – The first American tribute to the Electric Light Orchestra for “Shine a Little Love” at VPAC on July 31
A little over half a century ago, the English group Electric Light Orchestra formed in Birmingham, England. Their fusion of pop music and classical arrangements blew audiences away and they have sold over 50 million records worldwide and filled stadiums again and again with their concerts. Refined songs like “Evil Woman”, “Strange Music” and “Shine a Little Love” captivated the listeners. Now relive the magic with Evil Woman – America’s Premier Tribute to the Electric Light Orchestra in Beaver Creek on Saturday, July 31.
This New First Class 50th Anniversary Tribute Show is the world’s largest tribute to Jeff Lynne and the Electric Light Orchestra. ELO’s fusion of Beatlesque-pop and classical arrangements propelled the group to huge commercial success, generating many hits thanks to their unique style. American disc jockey Casey Kasem called the Electric Light Orchestra “the world’s premier touring rock’n’roll chamber band.”
The 50th Anniversary Tribute Show combines brilliant arrangements and flawless musicality and vocals from elite professional musicians, whose credits include a comprehensive list of the biggest names in the music industry.
In addition to the aforementioned hits, expect to hear “Telephone Line”, “Don’t Bring Me Down”, “Livin ‘Thing”, “Turn to Stone”, “All Over The World”, “Can’t Get it Out of My Head “,” Last train to London “,” I’m alive “and many more.
Tickets cost $ 68 and are available now at the VPAC box office (970-845-8497; vilarpac.org). The VPAC is located under the rink in the village of Beaver Creek.