'Living Colour' Lives Up To Its Name with a 'Vivid' Performance in Glenside
Hard rock band to spend its 25th "anniversary" with Keswick Theatre on April 4.
Who remembers "Cult of Personality?" The fixture on the MTV network was the result of a hard rock band called Living Colour.
The band is scheduled to perform its show "Vivid" at the Keswick Theatre on April 4. According to the band's website, the show will be held at the popular Glenside theater, and tickets will cost $39.50 and $29.50. The show begins at 8 p.m. For more on purchasing tickets, visit the Keswick's site here.
The stop is a part of its 25th anniversary tour for the album "Vivid" which was released in 1988, according to an article on Lehigh Valley Live. The famed single "Cult of Personality" is now used by WWE Superstar C.M. Punk, said the site's report.
Living Colour disbanded in 1995 and reformed in 2000, according to the site. In 2009 the group released their fifth, and most recent, studio album, "The Chair in the Doorway."
Fronted by singer Corey Glover, Living Colour will continue before and after its Glenside stop in a spring tour that encompasses parts of North America and Europe. For a full schedule of the band, visit the Living Colour website.