Paying tribute to the greatest guitar heroes of all time, The Story of Guitar Heroes returns to the New Theatre Royal Lincoln on Saturday 18th January.
The Story of Guitar Heroes has toured the UK for a number of years, playing across countless theatres, and has proven popular with not only guitarists and musicians of all abilities, but families of all ages too.
The show moves swiftly through time from the 1950s, performing the music of artists such as Chuck Berry and Hank Marvin, right through history; paying tribute to legendary players including Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Brian May, Jimmy Page, and Steve Vai.
The presenter and lead guitarist, Phil Walker, and his band (Toby James and Lee Williams on guitar, and Allan Varnfield on drums) have a true passion for what they do.
Using over 30 guitars to recreate the sound and ambiance of each guitar hero, the band play accurately and tastefully to suit each song as it was originally performed, spanning a spectrum of genres in the process.
The show is also enhanced with video screen technology, presenting a snapshot of great historical moments. This is combined with state-of-the-art stage lighting, to creating a vibrant atmosphere.
The gig begins at 7:30pm on Saturday 18 January at New Theatre Royal Lincoln.