JT Curtis & Mongoose
From showcasing JT Curtis' original music to performing spirited renditions of classic covers, Mad Mongoose is an all-star line up of New York City's finest musicians: Todd Meredith (Million Dollar Quartet, The Rave-Ons) Joan Chew (Lez Zeppelin) Darcy Macrae (Wicked, School of Rock) and more. Curtis' music has been played from coast to coast, Los Angeles to New York, in live clubs, on Television, all over radio, and in print. Music Connection said of him: guitar playing:"JT Curtis' formidable fretwork recalls the likes of Clapton, Allman, and Page."
Mad Mongoose recreates the same heavy production of their records, ONE LAST STAND & ELEMENTS, while keeping that sense of spontaneity and personality in their live shows. JT Curtis & Mad Mongoose is a perfect live Rock & R&B show for any situation.
Something: A Concert
For George Harrison
George Harrison: Everyone knows him right? The guitarist of The Beatles, the quiet one, the writer of "Here Comes the Sun" and "Something", the one who introduced Indian Music to Western audiences, the solo artist who produced one of the finest albums of all time: ALL THINGS MUST PASS. To capture such a prolific career into one show is no easy task. But JT Curtis, the voice and guitar of the Broadway show LET IT BE, has found a way.
With a little help from his friends, cast members Chris McBurney and Neil Candelora of the LET IT BE, which The New York Times called "Outstanding", and Todd Meredith of Million Dollar Quartet, JT Curtis leads you on a thrilling and emotional journey through George Harrison's entire discography. SOMETHING highlights many of Harrison's most loved classics from The Beatles, The Traveling Wilburys, and his solo career:
Here Comes the Sun, Something, Taxman, While My Guitar Gently Weeps, My Sweet Lord, What is Life, All Things Must Pass, Give Me Love (Give me Peace on Earth), Blow Away, Handle with Care, I've Got My Mind Set on You, and so many more.
You'll definitely find yourself on cloud nine with this show!
Macwood Fleet: A Tribute
To Fleetwood Mac
Admit it, you pretty much know every word to every song on RUMOURS by now. Well JT Curtis does too, and he sure does one heck of job singing the words of Lindsey Buckingham and Peter Green in NYC's top Fleetwood Mac tribute: Macwood Fleet. Also featuring the talented Amanda Cross singing Stevie's Nick's classics: Dreams, Rhiannon, Gold Dust Woman and of course Landslide. Meanwhile Curtis is shredding away on guitar through Go Your Own Way, The Chain, Tusk even Oh Well. You'll be dancing and singing along all night with Macwood Fleet.
A TRIBUTE TO PINK FLOYD
Pompeii Floyd puts a unique spin on the Pink Floyd Tribute Show - providing the vibe and visuals of the band's famous Live at Pompeii concert. While you're sure to hear hits like "Comfortably Numb" and "Money," the band's setlists focus on themed shows, such as full albums, including Dark Side of the Moon, or full setlists from certain shows, including Pompeii. In addition to his guitar and voice, JT Curtis has channeled his knowledge of the band's vast catalog and history (seen in his Pink Floyd Album Reviews) to create the ultimate Pink Floyd listening experience!
History of Rock & Roll
A live production of JT Curtis' notable video series, History of Rock & Roll takes you on a musical journey through the evolution of the genera highlighting the most famous songs of all time. Complete with costume changes and the original series' notable humor, History of Rock chronicles everything:
- The 50s: Birth of Rock & Roll - Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Buddy Holly
- The 60s: British Invasion & Psychedelia - The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin
- The 70s: Glam Rock to Prog Rock - Led Zeppelin, David Bowie, Pink Floyd, Fleetwood Mac
- The 80s: MTV Invasion - Prince, Joan Jett, The Cars, Guns & Roses
- The 90s: Grunge & The Modern Era - Nirvana, Green Day, The Foo Fighters, Paramore
This show has something for everyone. Rock on!