Vanilla Fudge, in Fall River

Posted 11/15/19

To be an influence on the likes of Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple and Van Halen certainly secures a place in rock n roll history for the legendary Vanilla Fudge. Since the summer of 1967, Vanilla …

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Vanilla Fudge, in Fall River

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To be an influence on the likes of Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple and Van Halen certainly secures a place in rock n roll history for the legendary Vanilla Fudge. Since the summer of 1967, Vanilla Fudge were architects of a new musical style that included psychedelic, rock, soul music and gospel. Now, the powerhouse vocals and keyboard flourishes of virtuoso organist Mark Stein, along with the fluid guitar explosions of Vinnie Martell, all anchored by arguably one of the best rhythm sections in the history of rock music, with the legendary Carmine Appice on drums and Pete Bremy on bass (filling in for the retired Tim Bogert), they create a sound so unique that it cannot be imitated.

WHERE: The Narrows, 16 Anawan St., Fall River
WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 16; 8 p.m.
COST: $52 in advance; $57 day of
MORE INFO: Narrowscenter.org

Event Date
Saturday, November 16, 2019
Event time
8:00 PM
Cost / donation
$52 in advance; $57 day of
Contact
Narrowscenter.org

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