Steve Miller Band and Peter Frampton take on Lake Tahoe concert series
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What: Steve Miller Band with Peter Frampton
When: Friday, Aug. 17, 7 p.m.
Where: Harveys Outdoor Arena
Rock ’n’ Roll hall of famer Steve Miller is headed back to Lake Tahoe for a performance at Harveys Outdoor Arena on Friday, Aug. 17.
And taking the stage with him is none other than Peter Frampton.
“Having had such a fantastic tour together last summer, Steve and I decided to keep going this year! Jamming together each night during Steve’s set is one of my favorite moments of the evening. Can’t wait to get back out there,” Frampton said in a release from Big Hassle Media.
The two toured together in 2017, and are looking to expand on last year’s show.
“The band and production crew are working on creating an even better concert experience for 2018 and plan on wading even deeper into the musical waters. Peter Frampton and I enjoyed last summer. There is so much to explore and we are really looking forward,” stated Miller in the release.
The musicians first met around 1970, according to Frampton, and have been mutually admiring each other’s work in the time that has passed.
Miller, known for hits like “The Joker,” “Take the Money and Run” and “Rock ‘n Me,” “crafted a brand of rock ‘n’ roll music that was polished, exciting and irresistible, and that has dominated radio through today,” according to the release.
Frampton’s newest album, “Acoustic Classics,” “brings us stripped-down versions of his hits including ‘Baby, I Love Your Way,’ ‘Lines On My Face,’ ‘Do You Feel Like I Do,’ ‘Show Me The Way’ and more,” according to the artist’s online biography.
Catch the iconic musicians in Stateline at 7 p.m. Friday night. Tickets range from $39.50-$139.50 and are available online via Ticketmaster (along with more information).
— Lake Tahoe Action
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