Classic Albums Live, a Burlington Favorite, Returns this Season with two Shows

By Staff

November 8th, 2022



Note for Note, Cut for Cut, the Entire Album:

Classic Albums Live returns to the Burlington Performing Arts Centre, with two iconic albums being presented in the 22/23 Season.

Classic Albums Live has become an audience favourite in Burlington,

The two albums featured this Season will be The Rolling Stones’ Let It Bleed and The Beatles’ Let It Be.

Classic Albums Live is not a tribute band but a group of extraordinary professional touring and recording musicians who come to the stage to present one album in its’ entirety – note for note, cut for cut – with a precise musical recreation like no other.

Classic Albums Live group has brought some of the best musicians together for 19 years presenting a rock album on stage, the way the artists intended for the collections to be enjoyed.

The Stones …

Friday November 25th, at 8pm The Rolling Stones’: Let It Bleed, sponsored by Stoner & Company Family Law, will be relished by the audience.  Hear classic cuts like “Midnight Rambler”, “Gimme Shelter” and all-time favourite, “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”.

The only thing better than having Mick Jagger on stage is having Classic Albums Live present this album with musical precision and talent not found elsewhere.

Let It Bleed was a return to the Stones’ more blues-sound.  Other prominent sounds on the album include, gospel, country blues and country rock.  Recorded during a period of tremendous strain in the band, Brian Jones, The Rolling Stones’ founder and original leader, appeared in his last two songs before being fired and sadly passing a month later.

…. and Next year the Beatles.. Could it be any better than that.

In the New Year, on Thursday March 9th, at 8pm Classic Albums Live will return to BPAC with “The Beatles’ Let it Be, sponsored by RBC Wealth Management.

Once again you will be swept away by a meticulous performance of this well loved and final studio album which is comprised of 12 cuts, most written but McCartney and Lennon as they worked to outwrite the other.   The soulful title track and other classic songs such as “Get Back” and “The Long and Winding Road” are just a few of the amazing hits you will enjoy.

The Burlington Performing Arts Centre’s 22-23 Season is sponsored by Mercedes-Benz Burlington.


The Burlington Performing Arts Centre presents

The Rolling Stones’: Let it Bleed
Friday, November 25, 2022 at 8 pm
Main Theatre


The Beatles’: Let it Be

Thursday, March 9, 2023 at 8pm

Main Theatre

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