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Sons of Cream with Kofi Baker, Malcolm Bruce & Godfrey Townsend
Sons of Cream with Kofi Baker, Malcolm Bruce & Godfrey Townsend
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Date/Time
Saturday, March 16th, 2013
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Location
Shank Hall

The “Cream” were undeniably the first rock “supergroup” of the 1960s. Although they were together for less than 3 years, Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker and Eric Clapton left a gigantic impression on the world of rock music forever. Ginger Baker’s son Kofi, along with Jack Bruce’s son Malcolm, team up with guitarist Godfrey Townsend…to pay humble tribute to the world’s greatest power trio.

Tickets on sale now for $25 at the Shank Hall box office, ticketweb.com or by phone at 866-468-3401.

All shows 21+. Plenty of street parking available. Go to shankhall.com for more info.

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