Black Jacket Symphony Announce They’re Coming Back to Present AC/DC
The Black Jacket Symphony presented the classic album Led Zeppelin IV Saturday night at Tuscaloosa's Bama Theatre. Fans attending were among the first to find out about the next show.
It was during their first show last fall, the announcement was made on the next show. These guys announce shows during shows. So, that led to questions on what would be shared during this visit? When are they coming back and which album will they recreate?
The Black Jacket Symphony were spot on once again, as they opened with the first track of Led Zeppelin IV, "Black Dog." Track by track, as seen on the album was performed with perfection. Including one of their signature songs, "Stairway To Heaven." Those who don't know would ask, are they a cover band? Not at all, much more. These talented musicians are hand picked for their ability to capture the exact sound of a particular album. Each track is played in order during the first set. Then, they open it up in the second set with "greatest hits."
See a few photos below. How do you like those seats? Yeah, I was close to the stage.
What about that announcement? It was clear the fans approved with their loud cheering. The Black Jacket Symphony is coming back to present AC/DC's "Back In Black!" So many great songs on this album, like the party staple, "You Shook Me All Night Long." The concert will be at the Bama Theatre, Friday, September 11. Tickets go on sale this Friday, January 30 at 10 a.m. through Ticketfly.com or by phone 877-4-FLY-TIX.
However, there will be a presale on Thursday, January 29 and we'll send out a code exclusively through our newsletter. Make sure you're signed up before then and you'll have it delivered to your inbox.
Here you go, a video below to give a taste of what to expect with the next show.
Black Jacket Symphony presents "For Those About To Rock"