War, Tower Of Power


Tower Of Power

Megan Burtt

Sat, August 4, 2018

Doors: 5:00 pm / Show: 6:00 pm

Levitt Pavilion Denver

Denver, CO

Reserved & GA Lawn: $25-$75 | $5 increase day of show

This event is all ages

Reserved Seating: $55 & $75

General Admission Lawn: $25

All ticket prices increase $5 day of show.

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Tickets are also available by calling 800-745-3000.

For group discounts of 10+ people, please contact Francie Fowler at 303-670-3696 or francie@denverticketworks.com. 

Children 6 and under are free for ticketed events at Levitt Pavilion. If you would like to purchase a reserved ticket and plan to bring a child who is 6 or under, please contact Emporium Presents at 303-835-6951 or info@emporiumpresents.com to assist you with your purchase.

Funk group that started life in the early 1970s in Southern California, They formed out of the ashes of an earlier R&B covers group, The Creators (who also recorded as The Romeos and Senor Soul), initially naming themselves Nightshift before producer Jerry Goldstein discovered them and gave them a more distinctive name.

Their initial recordings were collaborations with Eric Burdon of English group The Animals, notably their first album 'Eric Burdon Declares "War"'. They later signed to United Artists and began releasing material on their own. Their first album was not a big success but their popularity was growing and later albums were very successful. They peaked commercially in the mid-70s with their Number 1 hit 'Low Rider'. Four members of the classic lineup from the 1970s have formed a new band (for legal reasons) called Lowrider Band.

Things started to go downhill for the group in the late 70s when bassist B.B. Dickerson left and another member, Charles Miller, was murdered. Various line-up changes followed but the original magic was lost and the group were not as successful, eventually becoming just a touring act.

A new generation has since discovered the music of War as they have been heavily sampled by hip-hop artists. The band continues to tour, although with only one of the original members.

The other original members now play as the "Lowrider Band " however due to legal restrictions they are not even allowed to advertise themselves as former members of the band.
Tower Of Power
Tower Of Power
American funk/soul group.
See also the Tower Of Power Horn Section.
Megan Burtt
Megan Burtt
On the heels of their sophomore full length release, “The Bargain”, Megan Burtt & The Cure for Love have been taking the Indie Americana-Roots Rock music scene by storm. In the last year, they have performed at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater, been featured with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, toured Europe, been across the US, and opened for music industry favorites like Brett Dennen and Robert Randolph. Guitar World calls band leader, Megan Burtt “Pulsing, powerful and lovely. Burtt gracefully manipulates words and melody into a sultry delight.” She is a Rocky Mountain Folks Fest, Kerrville, and Westword Songwriter of the Year award winner. Together with her band, The Cure for Love, they deliver a live show that will captivate, engage and take you on a wondrous musical journey weaving elements of pop, roots and groove music into seductive ballads and undeniable rockers.
Venue Information:
Levitt Pavilion Denver
1380 W. Florida Avenue
Denver, CO, 80223
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