Experience Carole King’s Tapestry LIVE in concert! You will be transported back to the iconic image of her multiple Grammy winning album of 1971. You will feel the Earth Move under your feet with this show.
Making her Alabama Theatre debut Suzanne O Davis is the Premier musical tribute to Carole King. Friday, January 26th 2024 at 7pm.
This show recreates the sound and vibe of a 1970’s Carole King concert experience following her legendary album, Tapestry. You will be transported back to the iconic image of her multiple Grammy winning album of 1971. The concert performance will also bring to life many hits from the Broadway musical smash, ‘Beautiful’.
Suzanne O Davis performs all the music from the ‘Tapestry’ album, and also features many songs that Carole King and her husband, Gerry Goffin, wrote in the 1960s. They proved to be one of the most successful song writing teams in pop music history, composing more than 400 songs recorded by over 1,000 artists. These artists include: The Drifters, The Beatles, Herman’s Hermits, Donnie Osmond, Aretha Franklin, The Shirelles, Bobby Vee, and the list goes on...
Released in 1971, Carole King’s ‘Tapestry’ is one of the best-selling and most celebrated albums of all time. With heart, reverence, and impeccable attention to detail, Suzanne and her band perform this entire album, plus King hits from the 70’s, completely live. Suzanne’s performance takes you on a journey back to those great recordings with stories about the music history of Carole King’s incredible career, and a fun, sing-a-long, audience interactive performance.
You will feel the Earth Move under your feet with this show. Experience a legendary album LIVE in concert!
The Hit songs you will hear:
I Feel The Earth Move
It's Going To Take Some Time Jazzman
Pleasant Valley Sunday
Only Love Is Real
One Fine Day
It's Too Late
Way Over Yonder
Been To Canaan
Up On The Roof
You've Got a Friend
Go Away Little Girl
Where You Lead
Will You Love Me Tomorrow?
So Far Away
I’m Into Something Good
Tapestry, The Carole King Songbook LIVE at the Alabama Theatre, Friday, January 26th 2024 at 7pm.