Darlene’s got a new sparkling dress and it rocks! The fabulous Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and Twenty Feet From Stardom powerhouse star, Darlene Love returns to Beverly to rock the town to its feet with her annual holiday show Thanksgiving Weekend, on Saturday, November 25 at 8 pm.
Darlene Love's annual (and final) appearance performing "Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home)" on The Late Show with David Letterman. December 19, 2014. Thank you Mr. Letterman for bringing this tradition to us each year for nearly 30 years. We wish you well in your last year. Merry Christmas to ALL!
Enter below for your chance to win one of 3 pairs of tickets we're giving away to see ROCK THE HOLIDAYS WITH DARLENE LOVE at The Cabot on Saturday, November 25th along with a pair of passes to an Exclusive backstage Meet and Greet with Darlene before the show!
Darlene love was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2011 and she was featured in the film 20 Feet From Stardom in 2013. In 2014, that documentary won an Academy Award and Darlene was featured from the Dolby Theater stage on the Academy Awards Show. As she raised the Oscar, the entire house stood with a cheering ovation lead by the wildly applauding Bill Murray.
Introducing Darlene Love marked the first new, full-length album of original pop songs in 27 years from the renowned vocalist, who has achieved legendary status for her enduring work with Phil Spector and as one of the most prolific backup singers of all time. Now, with the spirited Love deservedly back in center spotlight, the album is being welcomed to worldwide acclaim: “Girl group royal takes back her throne,” heralded Rolling Stone, “Love comes at it like a wrecking ball, husky alto thrillingly intact; “A stunning collection of vibrant, dramatic rock anthems and R&B workouts” wrote Entertainment Weekly; “Love singing at maximum intensity” noted the L.A. Times, with the above-mentioned NY Daily News praising the album as a “soaring work” and revealing that “Love has lost none of her talents and has never sounded more unsinkable.”
Electric Review proclaimed, “if you’re too young to have experienced first-hand the excitement that came with hearing a new Darlene Love song ache through the jukebox or car radio, Introducing Darlene Love will cast you back to a place of innocence and faith, shepherding you back to a time when people gathered in the misty fields, steadfastly holding to the belief that music was about to change the world.”