Story Of Guitar Heroes returns to New Theatre Royal, Lincoln
It's time to get out your air guitars for the return of the The Story Of Guitar Heroes at the New Theatre Royal, Lincoln.
The show is back at the venue on Saturday with its tribute to some of the most influential and iconic guitarists of all time, moving through time from the 1950s with artists such as Chuck Berry and Hank Marvin from The Shadows; through history including legendary players such as the great Jimmy Page from Led Zeppelin, and the electrifying Steve Vai.
Using over 30 guitars, and covering a plethora of genres, this show creates a diverse gallery of music.
Headed by frontman Phil Walker, and a full band, this show celebrates a history of guitar songs and icons.
The theatricality of the show is enhanced with video screen technology presenting a snapshot of historical moments in music.
West End smash Be Bop A Lula is at the venue tomorrow, featuring the music of rock’n’roll giants Eddie Cochran, Gene Vincent, Billy Fury, and Buddy Holly.
This is the chance to experience seminal concerts of these incredible singers who shaped British youth culture.