Denny Laine & The Cryers

DENNY LAINE
& THE CRYERS

DOORS: 7:30pm
VIP DOORS: 6:30pm
SHOW: 8:00pm
ALL AGES

 

TICKET OPTIONS:

Unreserved/Standing Room
With this ticket option, seating is not guaranteed. Standing room is available.

Reserved Seating
Up to 4 guests at a single table. Depending on the size of the party, full table reservation is subject to conjoint party seating. Your reserved seat will be tagged before your entry into The Vault™

VIP Package
Purchasing a VIP package allows you to have early entry, preferred seating, a pre-show meet, greet, & eat with the artist(s) with a catered dinner, a guided tour with live record cutting demonstration, a gift package, and a hand-signed letter thanking you for your support of music, music history, The Vault, and Victor Talking Machine Co. from the President of Victor Talking Machine Label Group.
 

ABOUT THE SHOW

Back by popular demand, the legendary Denny Laine & The Cryers return for a special show at The Vault of Victor Records! Singer/songwriter Denny Laine was born in the U.K. and was inspired by VICTOR RECORDS artist, Django Reinhart, to play guitar. Later, Denny joined The Moody Blues as a guitarist and vocalist singing their first hit single “Go Now,” which became the band’s break out single in 1964. In 1967, Denny left the band and would eventually join Cream’s former drummer in Ginger Baker’s Air Force. As that project began to fold, Denny was approached by Paul McCartney to form a new group and the two (along with Linda McCartney) formed Wings. From 1971 till the mid 1980s, Denny became Paul’s creative partner in Wings as well as in Paul McCartney’s solo career with appearances on "Tug Of War,” and “Pipes of Peace.” Denny’s contributions to Wings' “Band On The Run,” “Venus & Mars,” “Wings At The Speed of Sound,” “Wings Over America,” “London Town,” “Back To The Egg,” “Red Rose Speedway,” and “Wild Life” albums were integral to their sound, performance, and composition. In 1977, Denny and Paul composed the legendary “Mull of Kintyre,” the largest selling non-charity single in U.K.'s history and the prospective national anthem of Scotland. Since that time, Denny has continued to write and compose several critically acclaimed albums and songs.