PECO Pops @ the Mann - Down the Abbey Road
Lucas Richman, conductor
James Nash and the NashVillains
(featuring Stuart Duncan, Byron House, and Scott Amendola)
Down the Abbey Road is the evolution of one the most iconic albums of all time – the ambitious and elegant final recording (1969) that is the crowning achievement of The Beatles’ artistry. Brought to the concert stage from first note to last, this live version of The Beatles’ masterwork is an energetic and joyful collaboration between 7-time Grammy nominee Joan Osborne, Grammy-award winner Rodney Crowell, the virtuosic and eclectic Americana ensemble James Nash and the NashVillains, and The Philadelphia Orchestra. The Mann has commissioned Grammy-nominee Don Hart to create new charts for this evening’s performance. Down the Abbey Road weds rock, soul, blues, roots, and classical idioms in a unique celebration and signature musical event not to be missed.
Artists and repertoire subject to change.
This concert is part of the Cross-Over Classical series at the Mann, made possible by the James S. John L. Knight foundation as part of its KNIGHT ARTS CHALLENGE.
Follow this performance on Twitter in real-time via @Mann_Center. We'll be using the hashtag #tweetcert to provide audience members with Beatles insights, quotes from Grammy-nominee Don Hart, trivia, giveaways, and more.
Made possible by:
PECO Pops @ the Mann