On Sunday, June 21 and Monday, June 22 at The Avalon Hollywood, public television producers will record a new special celebrating the legacy of The Kingston Trio with performances by the current Trio and guests including musical contemporaries and artists influenced by their groundbreaking sound.
Original member Bob Shane will join Bill Zorn, George Grove and Rick Dougherty to perform on “Scotch and Soda” and other hits from his Grammy-winning repertoire with the group. Additional featured artists during the two evenings of performances include Timothy B. Schmit of The Eagles, Al Jardine of The Beach Boys, Trini Lopez, Barry McGuire, The Limeliters, and, fitting for the Father’s Day timing of the concert, Josh Reynolds, son of the late founding Trio member Nick Reynolds.
These two concerts will be taped in front of a live audience and edited to produce a one-hour special for broadcast on public television stations across the country in early 2016. Fans who attend the concert have a rare opportunity to see Bob Shane once again with the group, and will experience the full roster of songs that won’t make it into the broadcast, plus a chance that they may be featured when the camera scans the cheering audience between songs. Tickets are also available with a special meet and greet opportunity
Sunday, June 21 and Monday, June 22
Showtime for both nights is 7:30 pm. Doors open at 6:30 pm
About the sponsor:
AVALON is one of Hollywood’s most historic landmarks. From The Beatles' first West Coast performance in 1964 to ABC’s hit television variety show ‘The Hollywood Palace" to Sasha’s first West Coast DJ residency, the theater at Hollywood & Vine has been a show business epicenter since opening in 1927.