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at McCabe's in Santa Monica, CA on Sunday June 25, 2017

  ALBERT LEE in concert





Named one of popular music's  All-Time Greatest Albums by Rolling Stone magazine, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young’s “Déjà vu” quickly became an album that defined the era upon its release in 1970. After the rapturous response to 1969’s “Crosby, Stills and Nash”, 800 hours of studio work were devoted the creation of “Déjà vu”, but the effort reaped breathtaking rewards. Underground FM embraced the album in its entirety, and upon reflection their judgement remains sound, so Jeff Alan Ross, Rob Bonfiglio, Steve Fekete, Adam Daniel, Chad Watson, and Christopher Allis have invested their talents in presenting the album live on stage from start to finish.

“Carry On”, “Teach Your Children”, “Almost Cut My Hair”, “Helpless”, “Woodstock”, “Déjà vu”, “Our House”, “4 + 20”, “Country Girl”, and “Everybody I Love You” are the tracks that added up to an unforgettable classic.

The show will also include musical milestones from each of the individuals that made up Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. Not to give the game away, we’ll simply note that in the aftermath of “Déjà vu”, David Crosby released “If I Could Only Remember My Name”, Stephen Stills released “Stephen Stills”, Graham Nash released “Songs For Beginners”, and Neil Young released “After The Gold Rush”.

The gold rush could easily have referred to the public reception to “Déjà vu”. The album topped the Billboard charts, and having made its chart debut on April 4, 1970, it remained on the charts for nearly two years running. “Déjà vu” has sold 8 million copies in the United States alone.  Please join us as we welcome this music back to the concert stage, where it most certainly belongs.

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