Big Big Train - BIS Concert
Seated concert Stadstheater at Zoetermeer.
Big Big Train - BIS ConcertRobert Berry's 3.2
- Date: Monday 20 Jul 2020
- Hall: Stadstheater
- Doors open: 19:00
- Start: 19:30
- Presale: 45,50 (incl. service charge)
- At the door: 46,-
British Big Big Train (BBT) is a big name in progressive rock. This ‘all-seated’ performance at the Stadstheater is a unique opportunity to see the band perform live. It may in fact be the very first indoor gig ever in Europe for BBT. Their shows are truly sensational. With the complete line-up, including brass ensemble, they perform their songs in a dynamic and exciting way. Impressive graphics and videos enhance their cinematic and narrative show.
A common love for music of Genesis and Van der Graaf Generator, among others, brought Big Big Train together in 1990. Since their restart in 2009, the band really took shape and achieved success as well. They won the Progressive Music Award four times and reached number one in the UK Rock album charts with their album “Grimspound” (2017). Their latest album, the highly acclaimed “Grand Tour” (2019), proves to be a big hit in the UK Album Charts as well.
Robert Berry's 3.2
Robert Berry is a California based singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer.
During the course of a lengthy career, Berry has co-written albums with Steve Howe (Yes), Geoff Downes (Yes, Asia, GTR) and perhaps most notably Keith Emerson and Carl Palmer. Berry has also toured extensively, playing with Sammy Hagar (Van Halen), Ambrosia, Greg Kihn, The Tubes, his own band Alliance and finally his holiday charity band December People.
Berry toured with Keith Emerson and Carl Palmer promoting the original … To The Power Of Three Billboard charting album, which included the number 9 Billboard hit Talkin’ ‘Bout. In fall 2019 he toured North America in support of his acclaimed 3.2 – The Rules Have Changed album (which featured Keith Emerson’s last songwriting material).
Berry is currently recording a new 3.2 album for release through Frontiers Records later in 2020.
Robert Berry’s 3.2 live band consists of Berry on bass and lead vocals, Jimmy Keegan (ex Spock’s Beard) on drums/vocals, keyboardist Andrew Colyer (Circuline, Cell 15, Prog Rock Orchestra) and guitarist Paul Keller (who toured as part of the 3 live band with Berry, Emerson and Palmer).http://www.robertberry.com/