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The Carole King Songbook with Liz Callaway

The Carole King Songbook with Liz Callaway
Jan 22 2017 | 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The Carole King Songbook with Liz Callaway

The Breman Museum presents The Carole King Songbook, with Liz Callaway. Before she was Carole King, superstar – she was Carol Klein, teenage songwriter. Her music would become the soundtrack to a generation.

Tony nominee and Emmy winner Broadway sensation Liz Callaway leads a tribute to one of the most prolific song writers of our time. From the TAPESTRY album to BEAUTIFUL THE MUSICAL, this concert will feature all of your beloved Carole King hits, including You’ve Got a Friend, I Feel the Earth Move, Beautiful, It’s Too Late, Up on the Roof, Natural Woman, Will You Love Me Tomorrow and much more.

Ticket Prices:

Admission includes general seating, free parking and reception.

Reception From 4 PM - 5 PM / Concert 5 - 6:30 PM

Members: $49
Non-members: $59

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