Hits from the early 70s like "Hymn", "Mockingbird" "Poor Man's Moody Blues" or "Child Of The Universe" have long since become classics of popular music.
BEST OF CLASSIC BJH
Hits from the early 70s like "Hymn", "Mockingbird", "Poor Man's Moody Blues" or "Child Of The Universe" have long since become classics of popular music. Their "Concert For The People" attracted around 200,000 people to the Reichstag in Berlin in 1980. The English art rock band Barclay James Harvest is definitely one of the biggest names in music history. In November, founding member, singer, guitarist and hit writer John Lees will come to Pratteln with his group to deliver a "Best of Classic Barclay" program to the fans.
Barclay James Harvest master the balancing act between progressive rock and mainstream like hardly any other band. Founded in 1967 in the English town of Oldham, their dreamlike melodies went around the world in the 70s and 80s. With a mixture of songs of more recent date, as well as newly reworked classics, the band around mastermind John Lees has been back on European stages regularly for a few years to bring their timeless compositions to the people.
This year the motto of the tour is: "Best of Classic Barclay". Led by Lees, who is not only a brilliant guitarist but also wrote the band's most famous catchy tunes, BJH will fill our hall with spherical pathos and catchy melodies without end. The tracks of the most creative and productive era of the group will be played, first of all the evergreens mentioned at the beginning. An evening to reminisce and lose yourself in the incomparable sounds of the British art rockers.
Barclay James Harvest
Additional information: ReschEDULE:Barclay James Harvest, 04.11.2020, 14.11.2021 & 17.05.2022, Pratteln. The tickets you booked will remain valid for the new date 08.09.2022.
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We are giving away 1 set of 2 entries to the Kunstmuseum Basel and a dinner at the Safran Zunft.