‘America’ Is Marking Nearly 50 Years of Music with Two Area Shows
The band America racked up 6 Top 10 songs and had 4 albums reach the heights of the charts in the first half of the 1970s. They'll bring all that music to our area twice for live concerts in February.
The name of the band may not bring back any immediate memories, but the songs do: "A Horse with No Name," "Sister Golden Hair," "Ventura Highway," "I Need You," "Lonely People," and "Tin Man" were AM radio staples in the 1970s when America was in their prime. In 2019, after 49 years together, they sill sound great. Gerry Buckley, Dewey Bunnell and band will be in our area for two concerts in February.
Shipshewana Event Center- Shipshewana, IN
- Friday, February 15
- Tickets $29.95- $250
Little River Casino Resort- Manistee, MI
- Saturday, February 16
- Tickets $35-$50
Those who can remember why the horse didn't need a name and what the Wizard of Oz gave to the Tin Man will want to see the VIP front row packages being offered at Shipshewana. Nearly 50 years on, it's great to see these guys are still sharing great music.