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1998 Tribute Show: GR's leading concert series invites time traveler fans

Grand Rapids has a booming music scene. And while a testament of this scene is evident in the dizzyingly long list of original music created by our local artists, every once in a while we all get a hankering for a tasty throwback tune.

So lucky for us that our local music series, Tribute Show, is roaring back to The Pyramid Scheme stage with four great albums from the year 1998.

The albums from 1998 that will be performed in their entirety by our brilliant local music community will include:

Nada Surf’s “The Proximity Effect” with musicians Dan Fisher, Luke Shoemaker, Eric Ellis, and Billy Bartholomew

Hole’s “Celebrity Skin” with Patty PerShayla, Lucas Powell, Bridget Breneman, and Marcus James 

Refused’s “The Shape Of Punk To Come” with Christian Kremo, Josh Stacey, James Barbour, TJ Miller, and Josh Barnaby

Fatboy Slim’s “You've Come A Long Way Baby” with Connor Lindsay, Kalvin Cronn, Chris Burhop, Shandon Williams, and Matt Zimmerman 

Each album for the 1998 Tribute Show that has been selected will be played in its entirety live. As the night moves along, there is always the time in-between acts where a DJ often showcases songs also released during the year being featured. 

The event is a benefit with this round of performances pledged to the Meanwhile Film Series. To date, our city’s Tribute Show series has raised more than $27,000.
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