Jan. 12 – The Music of David Bowie


Saturday, January 12, 7:30 PM
The Strand Theatre

Join the SSO with vocalist Tony Vincent from "The Voice," conductor Brent Havens, and a full rock band on this symphonic odyssey by Windborne Music featuring David Bowie’s top hits: Space Oddity, Changes, Under Pressure, Heroes, Fame, China Girl and more! 

The Windborne Music musicians for this show are:
Brent Havens – Conductor, Arranger
Tony Vincent – Vocals/Guitar
Dan Clemens – Bass/Background Vocals
Powell Randolph – Drums/Background Vocals
George Cintron – Guitar/Background Vocals
Justin Avery – Keyboards/Background Vocals 

 


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About Windborne Music  
 

Conductor/Arranger/Producer Brent Havens and his Windborne Music rock symphony shows continue to be some of the best attended and most exciting classic rock symphony shows in the marketplace. His masterful combination of symphonic arrangements with a full rock band and singer deliver the greatest hits of these legendary bands (which all feature an incredible rhythm section, background singers and a world class sound and light show); all combining to deliver the purest respective rock experience you will find anywhere.

Best known for his appearance on NBC's The Voice, recording artist, actor and producer Tony Vincent started his own record company, Adobe Flats, writing and producing an EP (Love Falling Down) that led to a recording contract with EMI Records. The two solo albums that followed, (Tony Vincent, One Deed) produced six #1 Billboard radio singles.

Shortly after his 1997 move to NYC, he took a detour into rock-based theater, starring on Broadway in RENT (Mark, Roger), Jesus Christ Superstar (Judas Iscariot) and Green Day's American Idiot (St. Jimmy). He played Simon Zealotes in Andrew Lloyd Webber's film remake of Jesus Christ Superstar, and is also featured in the film Andrew Lloyd Webber: Masterpiece. Vincent originated the role of Galileo Figaro in the rock band Queen's We Will Rock You in London's West End (2002), and opened the U.S. production in 2004. He also fronted the band itself, performing "Bohemian Rhapsody" for Queen Elizabeth II, with a live audience of over 1 million people surrounding Buckingham Palace.

Vincent independently released two more albums, A Better Way, produced by Adam Anders (Glee) in 2008, and the self-produced In My Head in 2012, following his appearance on NBC's The Voice. Tony Vincent is currently headlining the North American symphony tour of The Music of David Bowie, and working as a record producer at his New York recording studio, Soundshop 370.

 

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