Rock ‘n’ Roll Party ?
Honouring Les Paul
Eagle Rock Entertainment are proud to announce the simultaneous release on DVD and Blu-ray on 21 February 2011 of a brand new concert, filmed in high definition, Rock ‘n’ Roll Party ? Honouring Les Paul from Jeff Beck [Cat No EREDV824 and ERBRD5075 respectively]. Filmed on 9 June 2010 at the Irridium Jazz Club in New York City – forever associated with the legendary Les Paul – this title captures Jeff Beck celebrating the great man with a selection of Les Paul songs and other great rock ‘n’ roll tracks on what would have been Les Paul’s 95th birthday.
Jeff Beck is joined by some very special guests including Imelda May and her band led by Darrel Higham on many of the tracks, plus there are appearances by Gary US Bonds, Brian Setzer and Trombone Shorty. The intimate setting puts you right there in the audience for a performance featuring stunning musicianship and truly great songs.
As well as the music, Rock ‘n’ Roll Party ? Honouring Les Paul features a host of Bonus Features: An Interview with Jeff Beck; Behind The Scenes; At home with Jeff Beck & his guitars; Jeff Beck & Les Paul ? Rock ‘n’ Roll Tonite and Les Paul & his little black box.
Following on from the hugely successful release of Jeff Beck Performing This Week? in 2009, this release includes the classics Bye Bye Blues, Sitting On Top Of The World, Mockin’ Bird Hill, Peter Gunn, How High The Moon, New Orleans, Walking In The Sand and many more! This release is not to be missed by fans of either of these true guitar icons.
For more information on this and other Eagle releases please contact Chris Hewlett PR on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0845 601 2833
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