Ambrosia is an American Rock band formed in Los Angeles, CA. in 1970, and has garnered 5 Grammy Nominations, 5 Hit Singles on Warner Bros. Records, heavy airplay and has been featured live & on soundtracks for t.v shows such as ‘Psych’ 2013, Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’ 2011, feature movies such as ‘Tammy’ 2014, ‘Knocked Up’ 2007, & ‘Arthur’ 1981. All this in addition to sold out concerts around the world. Today, the band is more alive and compelling than ever with founding members Burleigh Drummond on drums, Joe Puerta on bass & vocals, Christopher North on keyboards; along with the additions of Doug Jackson on lead guitar, Mary Harris on keyboards & backing vocals, and the powerful, contemporary vocals and acoustic guitar of Ken Stacey.
Ambrosia is currently on extensive tour across the U.S. and Canada, playing everywhere from arenas, state fairs, casinos, rock cruises, summer rock festivals, corporate events, to intimate nightclub shows. Whether it is playing solo, or touring with musicians like The Moody Blues, Air Supply, Firefall, Orleans, Player, Michael McDonald, The Guess Who, Little River Band & many more.
Dick Kerekes & Leisla Sansom January 16, 2019 A DUAL CRITICS REVIEW The Alhambra Theatre opened its 2019 season with “Godspell,” which will be on stage through February 10th. The theatre is located at 12000 Beach Boulevard in Jacksonville, Florida. The musical, which has been around since the seventies, ran in New York for over […]
by Jordan Higginbotham Jan. 12, 2019 Jacksonville, “Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord”! Godspell opened at the Alhambra January 11 and is entertaining audiences. The musical follows the parables Jesus Christ told, presented by many different characters in present day terms, accompanied by a wonderful score written by Stephen Schwartz. Our Biblical […]
by The Coastal January 10, 2019 Back in the 1960s and ‘70s, a new restaurant and entertainment trend emerged in the U.S. Dinner theaters, as they were called, allowed visitors to enjoy a piece of performance art as they dined. Casts for the featured plays were often made up of movie and television actors whose on-screen […]