It was an invite only evening for high rollers, press and VIPs at the Cascade lounge and a packed house to see the Classic rock 70s band PLAYER perform hits like “Baby Come Back,” “This Time I’m In It for Love,” and “It’s For You” Thursday night and boy did they rock it. Original band members Peter Beckett and Ronn Moss were joined by Johnny English on Keyboards, Rob Math on guitar and Craig Pilo on drums. The sound took you back in time and made you wish you were in high school again. Of course I’ve heard them rehearse numerous times in my garage and cooked them many meals in the process, but this was the first time I’d seen them perform their entire set in concert and I must say they rocked the house! The cool thing about PLAYER is that they sound just like their album and are all amazing musicians. PLAYER also has great songs of today like “Religion and Wildside that totally kick ass!   I really recommend you take advantage of this opportunity to see them in an intimate setting as seats are limited for the next three Thursdays. There is already talk of moving them to a much larger venue and expanding them with a national and International tour in the coming year. So this may be one of only times to get to see them up close and personal. Click here for ticket info and reserve your seats now! PLAYER TICKET INFO

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  1. Hi you two, What can I say, I’ve seen Ronn and the guys play, and indeed, they do sound exactly as they do on their recordings. I haven’t had the pleasure of seeing Johnny English perform, but I will try to see him and PLAYER whenever they come closer to Baton Rouge or even the MS coast again. They always look like they love what they’re doing, and in that biz it shows when things are all wrong. I’m glad they stayed together and faithful to their great harmonies.

    It is nice to hear that you finally got to see them without an apron on in what must have been a really great place. About time, huh!

    Ask Ronn if he remembers when he was in Biloxi last year, the old fellow with the white beard that was dancing all by himself in front of the band. Well, every time we go to the Isle (at least 10 times since Dec.09), he’s still there rocking out without a care in the world. His wife just tells him “go ahead, honey” and sits and waits for him till it’s time to go home. What a wonderous world we live in.

    Take care, your friend, Lilian

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