Peter Tork to tell his life's story in Buffalo
From 03 May 2013 To 03 May 2013Address
Sportsmen's Tavern, 326 Amherst Street, Buffalo, NY 14207
The name Peter Tork will be instantly recognisable to fans of The Monkees, as he made up one-quarter of the pop-rock duo from the 1960s onwards.
He has enjoyed an extraordinary career in music ever since - and this is something guests at Buffalo hotels will see for themselves if they head to the Sportsmen's Tavern on May 3rd.
Tork will take to the stage to present In This Generation: My Life in The Monkees and So Much More, which is a multimedia journey through almost 50 years of a life in the spotlight.
For $40, ticketholders can expect to see videos, photographs, TV appearances, magazine covers and details of events including the band's relationship with The Beatles in those heady days of the late 1960s.
It promises to be a fascinating evening for music lovers and history buffs alike, so acting now to get tickets may be a good idea.
Residents of the Millennium Hotel Buffalo can reach the venue in around 12 minutes by car, so taking a taxi may be the best way to get to and from the event.