Artimus Pyle Band, the Ultimate Tribute to Ronnie Van Zant’s Lynyrd Skynyrd, to Perform at The Palace

Artimus Pyle Band

The Classic Southern Rock group Artimus Pyle Band will play at the Palace Theatre in Stamford on Friday, July 14 at 8:00pm. The band, comprised of Artimus Pyle, Tony Black, Jerry Lyda, Brad Durden and Scott Raines, honors the music of Ronnie Van Zant’s Lynyrd Skynyrd, performing their all-Skynyrd show with maximum impact.

Legendary Former Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer Artimus Pyle is all about the music. When he put together “The Artimus Pyle Band,” he wanted the band to be a proper representation of the true Skynyrd spirit, one that would do justice to those incredible songs that Ronnie Van Zant wrote and sang with such conviction. The Artimus Pyle Band has done just that. With impeccable timing, soaring guitars, and gut wrenching vocals, the Artimus Pyle Band is a true and proper tribute to Lynyrd Skynyrd, the band that has been the soundtrack to so many lives.

Artimus represents an important part of the incredible rollercoaster history of America’s greatest band, playing drums during their pinnacle years of 1974-1977 and then again for the Tribute tour of 1991.

The Artimus Pyle Band will play all the hits including Tuesday’s Gone, Sweet Home Alabama, Gimme Three Steps, Travelin’ Man, That Smell, Simple Man, Free Bird, Don’t Ask Me No Questions, I Know A Little, Whiskey Rock-A-Roller and much more.

Tickets for the July 14 performance are $25 to $40 and can be purchased online at the Palace Theatre website.

The Palace Theatre is located at 61 Atlantic Street in Stamford, CT 06901. Box Office: (203) 325-4466

The Mission of The Palace Theatre is to present, produce, host, and manage the premier performing arts and cultural experiences for the region. A 1,580-seat Thomas Lamb-designed vaudeville house, the Palace Theatre was acclaimed as “Connecticut’s Most Magnificent” when it opened in 1927. It was restored and re-opened in 1983 for live theatre, opera, dance, comedy and concerts, plus art exhibitions in the Sackler Gallery. A multiphase Palace Improvement Project provided The Palace Theatre with a Broadway-sized stage, new dressing rooms, wardrobe and costume maintenance facilities, as well as other technical-support facilities.


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