Six-piece cover band revives underappreciated (what you might call “cheesy”) radio hits from the ’70s with the fervor they always deserved
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$5 for one general-admission ticket for Friday, February 10 at 8 p.m. (up to $13.76 value)
$5 for one general-admission ticket for Friday, March 31 at 8 p.m. (up to $13.76 value)
What—or when—45 RPM plays Unlike many cover bands, 45 RPM fills its sets with underappreciated radio hits from the ’70s, reviving songs from 45 years ago as if they were timeless masterpieces.
Who’s behind the mics (and keyboards, and…): The six-piece band comprises musicians from the New York scene, many of whom have fond memories of the ’70s themselves.
What types of songs to expect: Anything from Andrew Gold’s “Lonely Boy” to “Come On, Get Happy”