Elton John’s classics, with the OSO as ‘back-up band’

Peter Brennan's Jeans ’n Classics band leads the OSO through favourites from Daniel to Rocket Man, Nov. 18 in Kelowna.

  • Nov. 17, 2016 7:00 p.m.

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The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra welcomes Jeans ‘n Classics band for their Okanagan Symphony debut to perform Madmen Across the Water: The Music of Elton John, this Friday in Kelowna.

Peter Brennan’s Jeans ’n Classics appeals to an age group from, but not limited to, 25 to 65. While most definitely not a tribute act, Jeans ‘n Classics faithfully interprets the music of legendary rock and pop albums and artists, with their own special and signature flair.

OSO“Come and relive the past decades as we sing and play all of your favourites with the live orchestra as the ‘back-up band’. Psychedelic glasses optional,“ said OSO music director Rosemary Thomson.

The concert opens in Kelowna on Friday, Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m. (doors open 6:30 p.m.) with additional performances in Penticton Saturday, Nov. 19 at 7:30 p.m. (doors open 6:30 p.m.) and Vernon on Sunday, Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. (doors open 6 p.m.).

Tickets are $56.25 for adults; $49 for seniors and $26.75 for youth and are available for the Kelowna concerts by phone through Kelowna Tickets in Orchard Park Mall or phone 250-862-2867, Penticton performance  by phone 888-974-9170 or in person at the Shatford Centre and the Vernon & District Performing Arts Centre phone 250-549-7469 or online viawww.okanagansymphony.com.

To learn more about the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra visit www.okanagansymphony.com or follow at www.twitter.com/OKSymponyOrch or www.facebook.com/OkanaganSymphonyOrchestra.

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