AN EVENING OF MUSIC AND CONVERSATION WITH STEVE KATZ OF BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS
VIP DOORS: 6:30pm
With this ticket option, seating is not guaranteed. Standing room is available.
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™
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
During the mid-to-late Sixties, Steve Katz, Grammy award winner and founding member of Blood, Sweat and Tears, sailed the band into uncharted territory. Before combining brass and rock music, he transitioned out of the Greenwich Village folk scene and into jazz-rock with BS&T. He has graced such legendary stages as the Monterey Pop Festival, and Woodstock. Outside of his own music, Katz produced Lou Reed’s albums Rock ‘n’ Roll Animal and Sally Can’t Dance, as well as Short Stories Tall Tales by the Irish band Horslips, and the Elliot Murphy album Night Lights. Katz recently released the autobiographical memoir, Blood, Sweat, and My Rock 'n' Roll Years: Is Steve Katz a Rock Star? Katz’ sordid history is five-decades strong, and the artist continues to mystify audiences everywhere.