2018-04-15 / News

Fifty Amp Fuse to rock The PIX with diverse playlist


Fifty Amp Fuse aims to break that mold as a tribute to the greatest hits from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and now. Fifty Amp Fuse aims to break that mold as a tribute to the greatest hits from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and now. LAPEER — The diverse playlists of Detroit radio of the ’60s and early ’70s made a mark on the members of Fifty Amp Fuse. With a playlist of nearly 200 songs, Fifty Amp Fuse has developed a reputation for uncannily accurate and faithful renditions of these familiar songs.

Their goal is to put on a show for listeners at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 28 at The PIX Theatre with flashbacks of “I remember where I was and what I was doing when I heard that song the first time.” These passionate artists re-create the sights and sounds that we all grew up to and takes their audience on a roller-coaster ride of medleys and mash-ups.

Most folks think of tribute bands as playing the music of a singular artist. Fifty Amp Fuse aims to break that mold as a tribute to the greatest hits of all time from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90’s and now. The band is dressed like rock stars and the music sounds incredibly like the original. With six lead vocalists, Fifty Amp Fuse is able to pull off songs like “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen, and “We are Young” by Fun. From the deck of the U.S.S. Midway in San Diego harbor to the Hard Rock Café in D.C., to the House of Blues in Dallas, Fifty Amp Fuse delivers show after show in a rock-concert-meets-dance-party style.

Over the years, Fifty Amp Fuse has opened for major artists like Sheryl Crow, Huey Lewis and Steve Miller.

Lead vocalist and bass guitar player David Eversole is proud to be a co-founder of the original Fifty Amp Fuse. A career musician, he has performed thousands of shows for dozens of years across the country. Over the years, he has played as a session guitarist, and on pedal steel, and bass. He is now dedicated to being a bass and vocal mercenary, as well as technical adviser with Fifty Amp Fuse. Band leader Remy Lambert also does his part on lead vocals and guitar. Remy has written and recorded music and voiceover for film and television. As the bandleader and creator of Fifty Amp Fuse, Remy also has a knack for emulating a vast number of singers and guitar styles, from Barry White to Freddy Mercury and legendary rock and funk guitar slingers. David and Remy are joined by Kent Koller; lead vocals and guitar, Steve Cooley: drums and lead vocals, Alan Frost; keyboard and lead vocals, Duffy King; lead guitar and vocals, and Jason Harper; lead vocals.

Tickets in advance are $18 for adults and $14 for seniors, students and veterans. Ticket price goes up at the door to $21 for adults and $17 for students, seniors and veterans. To purchase tickets in advance, visit the PIX Box Office located inside Gallery 194, Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Tickets may also be purchased over the phone at 810-664-4824 or online at www.centerfortheartslapeer.org.

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