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The Laurel Canyon Band feat. MARK HUDSON, GARY BURR & MARK MIRANDO: A Tribute to Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

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The Laurel Canyon Band feat. Mark Hudson, Gary Burr & Mark Mirando

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

 

TICKETING:

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™
 

ABOUT THE SHOW

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LAUREL CANYON is an acoustic trio featuring Grammy Award winning songwriter/producer MARK HUDSON, Hall of Fame songwriter GARY BURR and singer/songwriter MARK MIRANDO performing Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’s seminal works. This includes songs from their early bands as well as their solo years.

It doesn’t get any better than to hear CSN&Y’s beautiful harmonies, meaningful lyrics and unforgettable melodies performed by three talented, true fans. Add to that the humorous banter between the band members and the telling of the backstories behind many of the songs, and you’ve got a unique performance that delights the audience. Come see Laurel Canyon and experience it for yourself.

MORE ABOUT THE MEMBERS OF LAUREL CANYON:

MARK HUDSON is a Grammy award winning songwriter and producer who has worked with artists such as Ringo Starr, Aerosmith, Ozzy Osbourne, Harry Nilsson, Cher, Bon Jovi, Alice Cooper and Celine Dion.

Mark first came on the scene in a rock band with his brothers, Bill and Brett -- the Hudson Brothers. Their band, deeply influenced by the Beatles, had two top-20 hits, “So You Are A Star” and “Rendezvous” produced by Bernie Taupin for Elton John’s Rocket Records.

In 1974, the Hudson Brothers became Sonny and Cher’s summer replacement on television, which eventually evolved into the Hudson Brothers Razzle Dazzle Show, a variety show that mixed music and comedy.

The Brothers enjoyed much success with 7 albums and concert tours worldwide. Mark then went on to learn music production from the legendary Phil Ramone, and began producing and writing songs for a variety of top artists.

In 1992, Phil felt Mark was ready to fly solo while working on Ringo Starr’s Time Takes Time album. Mark went on to produce 8 albums with Ringo including Ringorama, Vertical Man, and Choose Love, to name a few. In 1993, Mark wrote the Grammy winning song, “Livin’on the Edge” for Aerosmith, which went to number one worldwide.

In 2005, Mark was a cast member on the Simon Cowell smash hit, “The X Factor” along with Sharon Osbourne. During his 3 years there, he wrote and produced, “It’s Chico Time”, which went to number one in England and also produced Ozzy Osbourne’s first number one single titled, “Changes” with Ozzy and Kelly Osbourne.

In 2011, Mark produced Pete Seeger, Jeff Beck, Seal and Billy Bragg tracks for the critically acclaimed Bob Dylan Tribute Album for Amnesty International.

In 2012 Mark released his solo album, The Artist, which is a psychedelic autobiography, with guest stars such as Ringo Starr, Steven Tyler, Harry Nilsson and Joe Perry. His solo album The Hooliganfollowed in 2014.

In 2017 Mark reconnected with Hanson after 20 years, and produced their iTunes top 10 Christmas album, Finally It’s Christmas.

GARY BURR is a Nashville Songwriter Hall of Fame member from Meriden, CT. He has been an ASCAP, Billboard and NSAI Country Songwriter of the Year and has written fourteen #1 hits. His hits include Juice Newton’s “Love’s Been a Little Bit Hard on Me,” Conway Twitty’s “That’s My Job,” and Wynonna Judd’s “To Be Loved By You,” and his songs have been covered by LeAnn Rimes, Faith Hill, Randy Travis, Reba McEntire, George Jones, Garth Brooks, Ricky Skaggs and Lynyrd Skynyrd, among many others.

Gary has written and performed with Ringo Starr, had a worldwide hit with the Ricky Martin/Christina Aguilera smash “Nobody Wants to be Lonely,” and topped the charts with Kelly Clarkson’s “Before Your Love” and Clay Aiken’s “This is the Night.” He has toured with Carole King and produced Olivia Newton John, and early in his career spent three years as lead singer of Pure Prairie League.

Gary has released three solo records and is a member of the group Blue Sky Riders along with Kenny Loggins and Nashville singer/songwriter Georgia Middleman. Blue Sky Riders’ first CD, Finally Home, was co-produced by the band with Peter Asher and released in January of 2013, and a limited edition pressing of their second release, Why Not, is available at blueskyriders.com.

MARK MIRANDO started his music career in New Haven Connecticut in the legendary “Dogs,” a group that was well known for their originals as well as carefully chosen covers.

Mark concentrates on original music now, although he’ll pull out a Beatles Gem on occasion – and he’s recorded with no less than Beatle Ringo Starr. Mark played guitar and sang backup vocals on Ringo’ releases Ringo-Rama, Choose Love, and two of Ringo’s greatest hits CDs, Photograph and Ringo 5.1.

He performs the east coast singer songwriter circuit working both solo and also with his band and travels to Nashville to write, record and perform with Nashville’s top songwriters including Georgia Middleman and fellow Laurel Canyon bandmate Gary Burr.

Marks latest CD, Now That You Mention It, features such great artists as Gary Burr, Georgia middleman, Jim Photogio, Victoria Shaw and Stealing Angles (Caroline Cutbirth, Jennifer Wayne, Tayla Lynn). One of Mark’s song, “What More Do You Want?” was recorded by Kristin Chenoweth and was released on her latest CD titled Some Lessons Learned.