Traffic operated on the cutting edge of the late-sixties music scene at a time of rapid and remarkable evolution, and expanded rock's sonic palette. In pursuit of a solo career, Mason moved to the US, an environment particularly conducive for his creative talents, but when Traffic arrived there for their first tour in March, he rejoined Traffic with a handful of songs. "Feelin' Alright" was released as the first single off the second album, Traffic in October 1968. Mason's journey with Traffic was fitful, yet fruitful. Not quite a month after the release, Mason left the band again and it broke up shortly afterward. Steve Winwood joined the band Blind Faith, Mason Capaldi, and Wood teamed with Mick Weaver in the short-lived Wooden Frog. Traffic was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004. Mason continues the Traffic legacy as the Dave Mason's Traffic Jam on Sunday, November 9th.
VIP meet-and-greet tickets are available for the show. This is an opportunity to personally be one on one with Dave backstage. It is the chance to ask questions you have always wanted to know, shake his hand, have a chat, take personal photos and have memorbilia signed. A rare experience for any Dave Mason fan!
Included in this package are personal pictures with Dave, an exclusive VIP laminate/Backstage Pass, and a merchandise item (item will vary depending on availability).
$30.00 plus applicable service fees; $155 VIP Meet and Greet Tickets are also available. Please call the box office directly for more info.
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