The sounds of Carole King will come alive at the Falany Performing Arts Center at two concerts Sept. 16.
“Tapestry, the Carole King Songbook,” is a show that celebrates the iconic image of the 25 million-selling album of 1971. According to the Falany, performers show attention to detail in recreating a respectful and accurate musical presentation of piano and vocals, just as they were when Carole played solo, with acoustic musicians and a full band with horns.
Shows are scheduled for 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sept. 16.
“’You’ll feel the earth move’ with the sound and vibe of a Carole King 1970s concert right here at Falany,” said Falany Director Jessica Akers. “Join us for an evening of nostalgia and great entertainment.”
The concert will include songs from the Grammy-winning album, “Tapestry” as well as chart-topping hits King wrote with Gerry Gofffin that were performed by artists such as Aretha Franklin, Bobby Vee, The Beatles, James Taylor, the Drifters and Donny Osmond.
Tickets are $40 to $45 for adults, $35 to $40 for seniors and $10 to $15 for children (12 and younger). Tickets can be purchased at Reinhardt.edu/fpac or by calling the box office at 770-720-9167.
The Falany Performing Arts Center is at 7300 Reinhardt College Parkway, on the Reinhardt University campus.