Thursday, March 01, 2018, 08:00pm
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One of the most popular hard rock groups to come out of Britain in the 1970s, Uriah Heep has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide. As previously announced, the veteran rockers will perform at The Kent Stage on Saturday, March 3. By popular demand, The Kent Stage has added a second show on Thursday, March 1.
The band was formed in 1969, co-founded by guitarist Mick Box – who leads the group to this day. They broke out in 1972 with the release of the Demons and Wizards album, which included the hits “The Wizard,” “Sweet Lorraine” and “Easy Livin’.” Uriah Heep continued rocking through the decades, and released their 25th studio album, Totally Driven, in late 2015. The album contains re-recorded versions of 27 of their best-known songs, recorded with the long-standing 1986-2007 lineup.
Through the ups and downs of a 48-year career, the band has endured and thrived, continuing to share the gospel of straight ahead hard rock and roll.
Gold Circle tickets are $60 and reserved seats are $40. The show begins at 8 p.m., with doors opening at 7 p.m.
Location The Kent Stage