Dates, Times and Programming subject to change.
50 years ago, in August of 1969, over 400,000 people overran a dairy farm in southern New York. It turned out to be the biggest rock festival in history. Jeans 'n Classics presents an evening devoted to this amazing event, featuring material by Crosby, Stills, & Nash, The Who, Janis Joplin, Joe Cocker, Santana, Jimi Hendrix, The Band, Jefferson Airplane...and many more!
Starring Evy Ortiz and Bowling Green native, Bronson Norris Murphy.
"Ya got trouble"? Come to SKyPAC and enjoy highlights from Meredith Willson's beloved musical The Music Man, plus great music that was popular during its 1912 setting. Seventy-Six Trombones, 'Til There Was You, Stars & Stripes Forever and more!
50 years ago, in September of 1969, Apple Records released The Beatles eleventh album. Named for the street where the recording was made, Abbey Road went on to become one of the greatest rock albums of all time. The Rewinders present it in its entirety, plus some of The Beatles greatest hits.
- Come Together
- Maxwell's Silver Hammer
- Oh! Darling
- Octopus's Garden
- I Want You (She's So Heavy)
- Here Comes the Sun
- You Never Give Me Your Money
- Sun King
- Mean Mr. Mustard
- Polythene Pam
- She Came in Through the Bathroom Window
- Golden Slumbers
- Carry That Weight
- The End
- Her Majesty
Starring Denzal Sinclaire and Dee Daniels
An homage to Nat King Cole, who would have turned 100 this year, and his daughter, Natalie Cole. Featured are songs like The Very Thought of You, Mona Lisa, Route 66, L.O.V.E., Smile, Straighten Up and Fly Right, When I Fall in Love, Almost Like Being in Love, Nature Boy, I've Got Love on My Mind, This Will Be and Unforgettable. Also on the program are four pieces written in 1919, including Stravinsky's Firebird Suite.
An evening of music from the legendary Paul Simon explores his unique artistry as a songwriter from his years with Simon & Garfunkel through his solo albums. Features songs like, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard, The Sound of Silence, 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover, Graceland and Rhythm of the Saints.
A yuletide concert, featuring the Orchestra Kentucky Chorale, Dancing Elves and special host, Tim King.
The 1960s and '70s produced a shimmering, sultry strain of southern soul, known as the Memphis Sound. Billy Duvall, Jr., Tyrone Dunn and the Rewinders present the greatest hits to come out of Stax and Hi Records. Included are songs like, I'll Take You There, Soul Man, (Sittin' on the ) Dock of the Bay, In the Midnight Hour, Mr. Big Stuff, Theme from Shaft, (If Loving You is Wrong) I Don't Want to Be Right, Knock on Wood, and many more.
Nominated 51 times and winning five Academy Awards, John Williams is responsible for some of the most beloved movie scores of all time. The concert features music from Superman, Indiana Jones, Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Jaws, Harry Potter, Hook, E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Saving Private Ryan, and Schindler's List.
It’s an “enchanted evening” of the best of Rodgers & Hammerstein! Unforgettable hits from Broadway blockbusters, including Oklahoma!, The Sound of Music, South Pacific, Carousel, and The King and I, featuring vocalists Steve Amerson, Laurie Gayle Stephenson and the Orchestra Kentucky Chorale.
The Rewinders present their favorite songs from the Retro Series in celebration of the orchestra's 20th anniversary.
RETRO SERIES SPONSORS
JIM & DARLENE JOHNSON
JIM JOHNSON NISSAN/HYUNDAI
VARIETY SERIES SPONSORS