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Live Prog Rock 3 Bands One Ticket@ Local Authority 30th November 7pm

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The Emerald Dawn:

With music that is ‘as epic and as beautiful as it is possible to get’ (Scream Magazine), The Emerald Dawn are a multi-instrumentalist, symphonic progressive rock quartet, who combine elements from classical music, jazz and rock to produce their own original, distinctive and exciting sound—a sound that is cinematic, experimental and powerful. Usually haunting, often stunningly melodic and always highly atmospheric, the music of The Emerald Dawn paints images or tells stories that stimulate the imagination and takes the listener on unforgettable musical journeys



A quintet hailing from the home of The Spirit of Progressive Rock in Yorkshire. They describe themselves as 'Rock with a twist of Prog'.

Formed in 2017 they cite their influences as Led Zeppelin, Marillion Rival Sons, Porcupine Tree. They have a unique sound mixing great rock riffs and melodies with a twist of prog.


All Era Progressive Rock Tribute
We have a set list featuring some of the most enduring Prog classics from the last 50 years. Including songs from some of the pioneers of progressive music (Moody Blues), to the biggest, most popular and influential (Floyd, Rush, Genesis, Yes), to the second wave (Marillion) and beyond with a few surprises thrown in too!



Tickets purchased in advance (advised) from https://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Sheffield/Local-Authority/Apostles-of-Chaos--The-Emerald-Dawn/13514256/


Local Authority 

Eldon Street

S1 4JU




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