Formerly of the multi-platinum band Boston, David Victor, together with four other lead vocalists will bring a new dimension to the greatest hits of iconic classic rock groups in “Hits of Boston and More” at the Bankhead on August 2 for an 8 p.m. show. With a blazing hot rock sound and multi-part harmonies, they deliver a night of music featuring such legendary hits as "More Than a Feeling," "Peace of Mind," and "Amanda," as well as Victor’s own original songs.
A Bay Area native and now a resident of San Ramon, Victor first picked up a guitar at the age of 16 after seeing his sister’s boyfriend pick out a few chords. Just two years later he was performing with hard rock and cover bands throughout the area. After his first solo release in 1991, “Proof Through the Night,” he took his rock act Velocity on tour, filling venues across the US. Victor’s life took a rock star dream turn when he was plucked from a tribute band to play in the very band he was paying tribute to. He joined Boston for two North American tours, performed vocals on their classic rock #1 hit song “Heaven On Earth” in 2014, and was featured as guitarist and lead vocalist at the sold-out Boston Strong benefit for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.
Victor continues to keep a busy performing schedule, appearing solo and in groups he has formed with vocalists and members of other renowned rock bands. In addition his program, Harmony & Healing, brings acoustic music into hospitals and medical care facilities to brighten the spirits of patients. At the show on August 2, a signed guitar will be auctioned to benefit the Harmony & Healing program. For more information on David Victor visit https://davidvictor.com/
The “Hits of Boston and More” concert on August 2 is nearly sold out. Remaining tickets start at just $25. While all regularly priced $20 tickets are sold, student and active military tickets are still available at that price.
The Bankhead Theater is located at 2400 First Street in downtown Livermore. Tickets are available at the box office, online at www.lvpac.org or by calling 373-6800.