The King Center for the Performing Arts
A night of Romance with
Friday, June 30, 2017 – 7:30 pm
The Brevard Music Group
Maxwell C. King Center For The Arts
3865 N. Wickham Rd
Melbourne, FL 32935
- Starting at $68.50
*Inclusive of handling fees
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About Ambrosia, Firefall & Al Stewart
Four young musicians came together to create a new invigorating style of music. Exploring the possibilities of progressive, classical and world influences, yet rooted with the soul of the blues and R&B, the band created a new sound that was defined and recognized as "Ambrosia". Their hits include, "You're The Only Woman," "The Biggest Part Of Me," "How Much I Feel," and "Holding On To Yesterday." Today, the band is more alive and compelling than ever. With three of the original members in tact plus the addition of guitar ace Doug Jackson on electric guitar and backing vocals, Mary Harris contributing amazing keyboards and vocals, and the powerful and contemporary lead vocals and acoustic guitar of Ken Stacey...Ambrosia is exploring new musical territory and continuing to wow life-long fans and new converts alike!
In an age where new bands come and go, Firefall has enjoyed a career that spans more than forty years and shows no sign of slowing down. Their commercial success includes three Gold albums, two Platinum albums and eleven chart-topping singles. The band's biggest hit, "You Are the Woman" has been played on commercial radio more than 7,000,000 times and has also appeared in many movies and television shows. Other hit songs include "Goodbye I Love You", "Cinderella", "Strange Way", "Mexico" and "Just Remember I Love You". Currently touring with three original members (Jock Bartley, David Muse, Mark Andes), longtime drummer Sandy Ficca and talented newcomer Gary Jones. Firefall continues to make great music for a loyal following, adding new fans at each show.
Al Stewart came to stardom as part of the legendary British folk revival in the sixties and seventies, and developed his own unique style of combining folk-rock songs with delicately woven tales of the great characters and events from history. He is perhaps best known for his hit "Year of the Cat" from the platinum album of the same name and the platinum follow up album "Time Passages". His career spans four decades as a key figure in British music. He played at the first ever Glastonbury Festival in 1970, worked with Yoko Ono pre-Lennon and shared a London apartment with a young Paul Simon. His hits include, "Year of the Cat" "On the Border" "Time Passages," and "Nostradamus."