Alexandria, VA 22314
Thrill to this groundbreaking live stage show featuring delightful tributes to three of the 60’s most significant concerts!
· – Go back in time to the Apollo Theatre for the 1963 Motortown Revue.
· – Be transported to Vegas for Frank Sinatra and Count Basie’s “Concert of the Century” at the Sands in 1966.
· – Final stop: the Fox Theatre in Detroit for Motown’s Final Revue in 1968.
World-class musicians and vocalists will have you singing, dancing, and reminiscing about the show’s more than 40 songs you already know and love. The final Motown set will absolutely blow you away!
You’ll also listen to the prophetic words of political and spiritual leaders of the time … reminding us all what America could and should be for all people.
Get your tickets today. This show at the Carlyle Club in Alexandria will sell out fast.
Laugh. Cry. Sing. Remember.
You’ll never experience another show like this one. And now is the time!
American Spirit Testimonials:
“Three of us went to see “American Spirit” last evening at The Carlyle Club and I can assure you that you get the bang for your buck with this show. I looked for a review and could not find one, but it certainly deserves to be seen. The musicians and singers are fantastic and you could not ask for more if you enjoy Motown, Sinatra and Count Basie, People were dancing and the audience had a great time. You will be clapping your hands and on your feet at this enjoyable performance, Thank you for both an educational and enjoyable evening.” – Michael C.
“The American Spirit show tonight was incredible. Such amazing talent…! The songs took me back in time and the videos of Kennedy and MLK to go with the theme were great” – Leslie H.
“We thoroughly enjoyed dinner and the performance and agree that it is a “must see.” Frank Sinatra, along with Stevie Wonder and the young ladies were outstanding.” – Trina P.
“We thought that Motown and Frank Sinatra had really come to Alexandria! The Videos of history were also a solid reminder of how far the USA has come since the 60’s. The Veteran’s tribute and music were wonderful!” – C. Cox.