Jerry Greenberg Presents 'Bringing Back the Music'
March 9, 2010 at 4:39 AM (PT)
In the ‘70s, as the youngest major record label chief in the recording industry, ATLANTIC RECORDS Pres. JERRY GREENBERG signed and/or worked with some of the biggest pop and rock legends of all time -- including THE ROLLING STONES, ABBA, LED ZEPPELIN, THE EAGLES, FOREIGNER, GENESIS, YES and AC/DC.
Now, he gets to revisit his past and share classic rock with thousands of new fans with the new WEDNESDAY night series "JERRY GREENBERG Presents Bringing Back The Music," a weekly showcase featuring bands that cover the rock classics in the LAS VEGAS HILTON Showroom, the venue that ELVIS performed in years ago when the hotel was known as THE INTERNATIONAL.
On MARCH 3rd, 1,600 fans showed up to hear a QUEEN tribute band QUEEN NATION. "Having 1,600 people come out on a WEDNESDAY night to see one of our tribute bands is amazing," said GREENBERG. "As someone lucky enough to work with some of the greatest rock groups of all time, I’m really excited to be associated with some of the best tribute bands that carry on their legacies."