THE EAGLES EXPERIENCE & CHICAGO TOTAL ACCESS HEADLINE AUTUMNFEST 2021 ENTERTAINMENT

 

WOON, Woonsocket Radio (1240 AM & 99.5 FM) is proud to bring 2 exciting acts to the Autumnfest Main Stage this year.

THE EAGLES EXPERIENCE is the most authentic tribute show to The Eagles out today. With a one-to-one lineup that reflects the Eagles during their heyday in the late 1970s, the members of THE EAGLES EXPERIENCE each emulate their respective “Eagle”, playing the correct instrument and singing the songs as sung by their protege. Every member of THE EAGLES EXPERIENCE is dedicated to presenting their part as accurately as possible, and will provide you with an ultimate "Eagles Experience" you will not soon forget. THE EAGLES EXPERIENCE will perform Saturday, October 9, 2021 beginning at 8:00 PM.

CHIGAGO TOTAL ACCESS is New England’s premier tribute to the band, Chicago. This is a high energy, explosive showband dedicated to covering the band’s catalog that spans over 45 years. The audience will have “total access” to the music of Chicago. CHICAGO TOTAL ACCESS will perform Sunday, October 10, 2021 beginning at 7:30 PM.

Steve Laramee, Autumnfest Entertainment Coordinator says, “We are so excited to have 2 of New England’s premier tribute bands. Both of these bands will perform iconic music sure to entertain the masses.”

 

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