“Rock the Dock” featuring the original artists in concert playing some of the most iconic hits from one of Rock’s greatest eras.
Ambrosia, John Ford Coley, and Peter Beckett (The Voice of Player), will come together for a magical night performing all of their 1970’s and 1980’s Billboard Top 40 Hits.
These songs are the soundtrack to a generation. Today’s so called smooth yacht rock music scene would not be yacht rock without the contributions of these Grammy winning artists. What emerged primarily from southern California during one of the greatest periods of music is a classic rock radio staple across the United States. You cannot turn on the radio without hearing many of these songs every day. As younger generations of music fans fall in love and embrace these classic rock/soft rock hits, everyone realizes that these songs are becoming bigger now than at any time since their heyday which by common consent stretched between 1976 and 1983. Get ready to ROCK THE DOCK!
Ambrosia, the band known and loved by a multitude of fans since the 1970’s, is now more alive and compelling than ever. This 5-time Grammy Nominated ensemble is exploring new musical territory and bringing an exceptional musical performance to stages everywhere.
John Ford Coley
John Ford Coley is most revered as half of the Grammy nominated duo England Dan and John Ford Coley. Churning out many memorable hits during this era, some of John Ford Coley’s songs are: “Love Is The Answer”, “Gone Too Far”, “I’d Really Love To See You Tonight”, “We’ll Never Have To Say Goodbye Again”, “Nights Are Forever Without You”, and “Sad To Belong”.
Peter Beckett, known as “The Voice of Player”, is the original lead singer and songwriter of the band Player. Player was voted by Billboard Magazine’s honor roll as Best New Single Artist for 1978 for their international #1 hit “Baby Come Back”. As a follow up on the record charts, Beckett and Player also enjoyed great success with their hit “This Time I’m In It For Love”.
Walter Egan is an American rock musician, best known for his 1978 gold status hit single “Magnet and Steel” from his second album release, Not Shy, produced by Egan, Lindsey Buckingham and Richard Dashut. The song reached #8 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #18 on the Easy Listening chart. In Canada, it reached #9. Overseas, it peaked at #32 on the Australian Singles Chart.
- Biggest Part Of Me Ambrosia 5:49
- How Much I Feel Ambrosia 6:07
- I'd Really Love to See You Tonight England Dan & John Ford Coley 2:38
- Love Is the Answer England Dan & John Ford Coley 4:45
- Baby Come Back Peter Beckett (Player) 3:56
- Magnet And Steel Walter Egan 3:23
- Fool Moon Fire Walter Egan 3:40