The Outlaws and Corky Laing's Mountain
|Sat 10/9/21||8:00 PM||GET TICKETS|
This performance has been rescheduled to October 9th, 2021 at 8 PM. The Outlaws and Corky Laing's Mountain will be performing. The Atlanta Rhythm Section will no longer be performing at this event. If you have purchased tickets and wish to attend the rescheduled date for this performance, please call the box office at 401-762-4545 or email us at email@example.com so new tickets may be mailed to you. These new tickets must be used for entry. Please discard previous tickets once you have received your new ones as they will no longer be valid. If you cannot attend the rescheduled date and would like a refund please contact the box office at 401-762-4545. We appreciate your patience and thank you for your patronage and continued support.
Two bands, one incredible night! Start the night with the immortal Mountain classics, performed by Corky Laing's Mountain, "Mississippi Queen," "Nantucket Sleighride," "Never in my Life," and "Don’t Look Around". After intermission, The Outlaws will play such hits as “Green Grass & High Tides,” “There Goes Another Love Song,” and “(Ghost) Riders In the Sky.”
Corky Laing is best known as the powerhouse rock drummer with the group Mountain. His career has lasted well past the supergroup where he made his name. Laing has also collaborated with John Lennon, Bobby Keyes, Ten Years After, David Rea, Mylon LeFevre, Meat Loaf, Frank Marino, Mahogany Rush, Cork, Eric Schenkman (ex-Spin Doctors) and bassist Noel Redding, formerly of the Jimi Hendrix Experience.
For The Outlaws, it’s always been about the music. For more than 40 years, the Southern Rock legends have celebrated triumphs and endured tragedies to remain one of the most influential and best-loved bands of the genre. Today, The Outlaws have returned with new music, new focus and an uncompromising new mission: It’s about a band of brothers bound together by history, harmony and the road. It’s about a group that respects its own legacy while refusing to be defined by its past. But most of all, it’s about pride.
Tickets: $37, $47, $57, $67