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GOOD ACOUSTICS - James Taylor/Simon & Garfunkel Tribute

Feb 4, 2017 at T 3 Chefs & Catering and The Barn at Wight Farm
420 Main St, Sturbridge, Massachusetts 01566 Phone: (774) 241-8450
 6:30 dinner seating -  Showtime 7:30

Mustic Tribute Productions proudly presents a Good Acoustics

Come along and listen to the songs of James Taylor and Simon and Garfunkel faithfully recreated by Good Acoustics. These are the songs that defined more than three decades of chart topping hits that bring you back to simpler times in the relaxing and beautiful atmosphere of The Barn at Wight Farm. This show is comprised of a rock solid trio that have been performing all over the east coast for over 30 years. This show will simply amaze you at the harmony displayed by these very talented musicians.

Before the concert, The Barn will provide an optional buffet for $19.95. Doors open at 6:30pm. Tickets for this special eventing of music are only $20 (show only) and can be purchased through Eventbrite. Please call Danielle Green at 774-241-8450 for questions or dinner reservations.


Feb 11, 2017  at Nelson Hall Theater at Elim Park
150 Cook Hill Rd, Cheshire, Connecticut 06410 Call (203) 699-5495
Show starts at 8:00 PM 

Music Tribute Productions proudly presents Connecticut Transit Authority

Connecticut Transit Authority faithfully recreates the music of one of the greatest American bands ever, Chicago. We focus on the early years of Chicago, better known as the "Terry Kath Era", when the band was raw with emotion, heart and soul. 

Songs from Chicago's 1969 debut album Chicago Transit Authority through 1977's Chicago XI are covered here with attention to detail and respect for the originators of these timeless classics. Our set list contains hits like Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is, Make Me Smile, Beginnings, Just You 'n Me, Dialogue, Old Days, and many more!

Besides just being a total gas, the main reason we're tributing C.T.A. is because we love their music and want to keep the original Chicago Transit Authority alive, well and in front of audiences every time we play.  

Making up the musical nucleus of Connecticut Transit Authority is Bill Calabrese - bass, vocals / Tom Barra - keys, vocals / Brett Calabrese - guitar, vocals / Dave LaSalata - drums, vocals, and its incredibly talented horn section - Time Lewis - sax / Vinny Cassotta - trumpet / Evan Gray-trombone.


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