The "Come Together" is approaching its grand finale, and the journey has been nothing short of extraordinary. The series, born out of a desire to engage local artists and musicians during the uncertain times of COVID, has blossomed into a musical phenomenon.
The grand finale of the series is set to be a culmination of the best moments from the past concerts, a task that involves meticulously selecting from a repertoire of over 230 songs. This finale is not just a concert but a celebration of the musical journey that "Come Together" has been.
Simone, whose expertise lies in the seamless blending of artistic elements, has been a driving force in selecting the series' repertoire. With an extensive knowledge of music and a keen ear for timeless pieces, Simone’s influence is evident in the carefully curated list of albums that the series has featured. From iconic bands like Fleetwood Mac to legends like Neil Young
Brett Adams, a guitarist known for his meticulous attention to detail, recalls being inspired by the likes of Neil Young. His approach to music is less about technical perfection and more about the raw, emotive power that can be translated through a guitar's strings. This philosophy has been a cornerstone of the "Come Together" series, which has seen an array of musicians and artists collaborate to recreate some of the most iconic albums in music history.