Tapestry: An Evening in Laurel Canyon. (Sold out)

Cabaret seated event

£15 advance + Booking Fee

All Seating


Feb 15


Sold Out

Jukebox 1264 presents…Tapestry: An Evening in Laurel Canyon.

This event sends us back to California in the 1960s and 1970s as the hippies took over the Sunset Strip. With the house prices too costly in the centre of town, a creative hub emerged in Laurel Canyon; an area overlooking Los Angeles in the Hollywood Hills. Just some of those who took advantage of this cheaper living space included members of The Byrds and The Doors as well as Joni Mitchell, Neil Young and Carole King…

In the first half of this concert, you will hear music from the artists listed above as well as many others by the Laurel Canyon residents during this time.

In the second half, the band will perform in its entirety Carole King’s masterpiece Tapestry. Of all the albums released at this time in the Laurel Canyon community, Tapestry, arguably, sums up this counterculture best. It is a statement of togetherness, love in all its forms, feminism, and endless hope for the future.

Jukebox 1264 are a pop ensemble formed by the Lewes Music Group in 2021. Their themed concerts pay tribute to eras, albums and artists throughout the last 60 years in popular music. So far, the band have paid tribute to the music of Carole King, Billy Joel and The Beatles, as well as Fleetwood Mac. Be sure not to miss their ultimate disco revue Boogie Wonderland summer 2024! For more information visit www.lewesmusicgroup.com.

***Please note that Jukebox 1264 is not a ‘tribute’ band. While many of our shows are centered around one artist and we attempt to recreate their music as authentically and tastefully as possible, we reserve the right to make it unique to us while providing high quality performance


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