Blood, Sweat & Tears, Chuck Negron of Three Dog Night, and Mark Farner (October 8 at 7 p.m.)

Pompano Beach Amphitheater

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Classic jazz-rock band behind “Spinning Wheel” and other hits returns in its latest iteration to perform a fusion of musical styles

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Blood, Sweat & Tears, Chuck Negron of Three Dog Night, and Mark Farner

  • Originally founded in: 1968
  • Since then: dozens of musicians have spent time with the group
  • How current manger and original drummer Bobby Colomby describes the ever-evolving group’s philosophy: “Like a great baseball team, the members change but the soul lives on.”
  • The sound: rock band instrumentation with funky brass and jazzy licks
  • Historic hits include: “Spinning Wheel,” “Hi-De-Ho,” and “God Bless the Child”
  • Things their name might be taken from: an expression describing hard work; an incident where their keyboardist cried during a concert; the beginning of a never-finished catalogue of liquids
  • Thing their name is actually taken from: a Johnny Cash album
  • How you know opener Chuck Negron: As a founding member and one of the three lead signers of Three Dog Night, Chuck broke hearts and records with his take on Harry Nilsson’s “One,” and got millions singing about a friendly bullfrog named Jeremiah in the jubilant “Joy to the World.”
  • How you know other opener Mark Farner: As the lead singer and lead guitarist of Grand Funk Railroad, Farner brought into being such chugging hits as “We’re an American Band,” “Some Kind of Wonderful,” and a truly hip-swaying take on “The Loco-Motion.”
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    Pompano Beach Amphitheater

    1806 NE 6th St.

    Pompano Beach, FL 33060

    +19545195500

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