Renowned tribute act returning to Riverside
August 19, 2013 by James
Rock fans in Riverside are set to enjoy an evening of classics as Creedence Relived, a popular Creedence Clearwater Revival tribute band, are set to perform in the area on Thursday.
Offering a vision of 1960s America, the band will play at the city’s Box venue as part of an event being organized by Brian Beirne, who is famous for his work with KRTH 101.
Creedence Relived promises the most authentic Creedence Clearwater Revival experience available today. The band calls the 951 home and is hoping to bring in plenty of support from the Riverside community. Local printing companies may also look to get involved by providing flyers and posters publicizing the show.
Tomes Brolotnikov, a John Fogerty sound-alike, leads Creedence Relived’s bid for tribute band stardom. He plays lead guitar as well as handling vocals and harmonica, a notable accomplishment given the complexity of the band’s material.
The performance is best appreciated from a close seat and it is thought that the Box theater has been chosen as it was designed with this type of intimate experience in mind.
The show, which takes place on Thursday, is set to begin at 7:30pm and will finish at around 9:00pm. Tickets cost $22.00 for general admission and are available at www.riversideblackbox.com.
Parking is available throughout the vicinity; with official event parking from the Box Theater Garage priced at $5. For more information, call 951 826 2427. A preview of the band’s show can be found on their official website; www.creedencerelived.com.