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April 23 - 24, 2019

Guitarist, producer and general rock legend

Why See Todd Rundgren?

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Prog wizard returns to stage

Rock 'n' roll icon, guitarist, interactive progenitor, singer/songwriter and record producer Todd Rundgren comes to town in 2019. Years of experience and critical acclaim have by no means made Rundgren complacent and he continues to push the boundaries in inventive and surprising ways.

Die-hard fans know to always expect the unexpected when it comes to Rundgren's live shows; he imbues his fresh material with a visceral energy while his impressive vocal stamina blasts away the cobwebs/any critique suggesting that outrageous genre-bending is a young man's game.

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Performance date: 23 April 2019

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16 reviews, average rating: (4.1 Stars)

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Andy: “Todd”

1st concert in 1974 - Amazing; 2nd was 1979 in a small bar - Unbelievable;... more

KD: “Kevin D”

Unpredictable indeed! The one thing that was predictable though is just... more

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