Carole King may have made her mark with “Tapestry” in 1971, but she was already an established songwriter for over a decade — starting with “Will You Love Me Tomorrow,” recorded by The Shirelles in 1960.
Home Again will pay tribute to the singer-songwriter, while adding their own musicianship, by covering not only King’s repertoire, but also songs she wrote for other musicians, during a concert on Saturday, February 9, at 8 p.m. at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor.
“Other well-known hits from Carole include ‘Pleasant Valley Sunday’ by The Monkees, ‘Take Good Care of My Baby’ by Bobby Vee, ‘Up on the Roof’ by The Drifters, and many more old favorites,” according to a press release. “The concert takes you on a musical journey spanning decades of amazing music!”
Comprised of a group of musicians dedicated to preserving King’s Legacy, Home Again has a 30-year history. Deb De Lucca leads on piano and vocals, while Keith Droz is on drums and vocals, Bobby Sproviero on bass and vocals, Rich Weiner on acoustic and electric guitar, John McDonough on keyboards and vocals, and Stantawn Kendrick on sax and flute.
Advance tickets are $35 and $45 at the door. For more information, call (631) 725-9500 or visit baystreet.org.