Prince Again - A Tribute to Prince
Whether you were a fan of Prince’s irrevocable style, or only discovered his catalogue after his passing, Prince Again is a show for all to enjoy.
Prince’s hits smashed the Billboard Charts and created memories for generations – after all, Prince penned arguably some of the best songs in music history; with tracks such as Little Red Corvette, 1999, Kiss, Cream, Diamonds & Pearls, I Wanna Be Your Lover and the iconic Purple Rain.
With no doubt that Prince Again will pay homage in a party fashion, audiences are guaranteed to be on their feet from start to finish. Fans will revisit and keep those purple memories alive along with creating new ones in deference to the Prince.
Don your Raspberry Beret, recreate the magic of Prince live on your stage or at your special event and make a beeline for this fantastic live show which punches out all of the icon's top numbers, dance moves and stagecraft with perfection.
1996 was a whirlwind year for the original members of Orange County rock band, Liquid Circus. Within the same year of formation, the band released a self-titled debut album, were recognized as Best New Artist (North America), and as a result, were featured on a compilation CD alongside Motley Crue and Sponge. With their initial success, they continued to perform live, increasing the promotion and distribution of their music to foreign markets.
Today, founding member and song writer, Rick Maestas has teamed up with long-time bandmate Benjamin Sanders to reform the band’s sound and vision. They had tremendous success together in the 80’s, playing in bands such as Section 8 and Call of the Wild. Over the years, Liquid Circus has shared the stage with the likes of Y & T, Metallica, Foghat, RATT, Blue Oyster Cult, Mr.Big and many more. They continue to play countless shows at venues including The Canyon, The Coach House Concert Hall, The Viper Room and The Whisky a Go Go.
The addition of Lou Voutiritsas (drums) in 2019 and Mike Kobayashi (guitar) in 2020, brings strong energy and a solid foundation to the band. More than 20 years later, Liquid Circus continues to grow a steady yet loyal fan base, proving that old school rock 'n' roll is still alive and well in Southern California.