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Tribute Series Begins at Downtown Center

May 21, 2012

Rob Caudill will be headlining a super concert at the Downtown Center. Caudill is a dead-on Rod Stewart impersonator. With spiky blonde hair and a plethora of stage clothes, this singer has carved out a career recreating Rod Stewart. People stop him in airports asking for autographs and stare at him in restaurants. And when he struts on stage, people scream themselves hoarse. From kicking out soccer balls and spinning mic stands in his high energy show to belting out all of Rod’s greatest hits, it is a must-see show for all ages. Caudill has been working with the world famous Legends in Concert out of Las Vegas for the past 16 years. He mostly works independently doing his high energy 2 hour show for audiences all over the world.

“The show is the first in our popular tribute concert series. This series began last year and was a huge success,” reported Terrie Talbert, Director of Community Relations for the city. “We are encouraging everyone to come out early to get a seat. From what we have seen on video he is an amazing performer and is backed with a fantastic four piece band. And of course as always the concert is free to the public.”

The Full Moon Jam Concert and Tribute series runs from May through September on Tuesday and Thursday evenings beginning nightly at 7:00 P.M. The concerts are hosted at 810 State Street in the Downtown Center and are sponsored by the City of Bristol Tennessee, Wells Fargo Bank, Bristol Herald Courier, and Charter Media.
For more information contact Darlene Cole, Venue Manager @ 423-764-4171 or dcole@bristoltn.org.