Guitar Legends: Hendrix meets Clapton
Nov 1, 2019
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmThe Milton Theatre
This event is all ages
Watch two of your all time favorites come alive on stage with stunning accuracy and talent! Kiss The Sky returns to Milton Theater with their authentic visual and audial representation of Jimi Hendrix. Adding to the authenticity live, Kiss The Sky’s front man Jimy Bleu is left handed! Joining Kiss The Sky for their Milton Theater debut is Heavy Cream, a stunning recreation of Cream and Blind Faith out of Philadelphia! The two bands will recreate the 1968 landmark albums ‘Electric Lady land’ and ‘Wheels Of Fire,’ plus iconic concert moments. Stay Tuned for a Historic Hendrix and Clapton Encore special!!!!!
The historic Milton Theatre is a uniquely diverse venue where you will find the best local, regional, national, and international talent. Free municipal and on-street parking are available. Full bar and light food options available. This facility is fully accessible.https://www.miltontheatre.com/event/1801179/
Formed from Britain's best talent in 60's musical virtuosity, Cream featured the legendary Ginger Baker on drums, the incredible Jack Bruce on bass and lead vocals, and the man they called 'God' on guitar...Eric Clapton. Their rise was meteoric...bright, fast, and powerful, but short-lived. While the group burned out before the 60's were over, Cream's music has stood the test of time. White Room, Sunshine of Your Love, Crossroads, Badge and many more monster 60s hits, in addition to a supreme live show performing reputation have left a lasting legacy of the first 'Power Trio' that blended rock, jazz, blues, and psychedelic into the standard that all other classic rock bands would be measured against.
For the first time, with stunning historical accuracy in both look and sound, a tribute to Cream has been assembled...HEAVY CREAM out of PHILADELPHIA. Boasting spec replicas of the famous 'Fool' artwork guitars of Clapton and Bruce and Ginger Baker's legendary double Ludwig drum kit, as well as Cream's signature stack of British Marshall Amps, plus authentic wardrobe that Cream actually used at their most memorable 60's shows, this band has all the requisite parts to re-create Cream's classic concerts for today's audiences. And they have the talent too! Picked for their uncanny abilities to mimic Cream in both look and sound, three of Philadelphia's best musicians have set out bring back the experience hearing and seeing the Cream's music LIVE!