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You know the hits: there’s “The Logical Song,” “Goodbye Stranger,” and “Take the Long Way Home,” along with the title cut. If you’re one of the 18 million who bought Supertramp’s 1979 album, “Breakfast in America”, then you’re well aware that it’s a non-stop onslaught of fantastic songs that blend a variety of styles with singalong melodies, emotional lyrics, and just the right touch of prog. It is fantastic.
The Nile Singers play it from the opening arpeggios of “Gone Hollywood” to the final funky jam of “Child of Vision” on Friday, January 17 at Lovin’ Cup. The Nile Singers came together a year ago to play entire Pink Floyd albums to sold out shows at Lovin’ Cup and Iron Smoke. Now, they, well, “must be movin’ on.”
The Nile Singers are Violet Mary singer Mel Muscarella, Adam Wilcox and Kyle Williams from Sub Sentry, Iggy Marino of Walrus Junction and Nobody’s Marigold, Kris Schramm of K-Robin Guitars, and Danish drummer Simon Bjarning. Violet Mary opens with a set of their original music.
Tickets are $10 general admission