Bruce Springsteen Tribute Band to Bring ‘Boss’ Rock to Greeley
The Boss' hits between '75 and '85 will be highlighted by this 11 member band that really brings the feeling of The Boss and the E Street Band to life.
I'm am geared up for this show.
At 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 5 at the Moxi Theater in Greeley the band Duke Street Kings will take the stage, and bring the fun.
According to the Greeley Tribune, the Duke Street Kings got their name from one of the Boss' songs, 'Backstreets.' They love Bruce and bring the energy of a classic Springsteen show to the stage.
The band has been doing this Springsteen tribute for over 20 years. The lead singer of the band has even taken acting lessons to 'nail' the 'Boss' persona. Part of the 11 member band are three people on horns, helping to represent 'The Big Man' Clarence Clemons.
Again, they'll be doing Springsteen tunes between the years of 1975-1985. The old old stuff right up through the 'Born in the USA' album. Apparently, they even recreate Courtney Cox coming on stage.
I can't wait. This has RETRO written all over it.
Plus, a Bob Seger tribute band, Still the Same will be the opening act that night.
Tickets are $12 for General Admission, $50 for a reserved table for two and $100 for a reserved table for four. The tables are great seats. But, GA would really give you the 'Springsteen Concert' feel. Tough call.