Rock the Yacht featuring Ambrosia, Gary Wright, John Ford Coley and Stephen Bishop
  • Rock the Yacht featuring Ambrosia, Gary Wright, John Ford Coley and Stephen Bishop
  • at Muze
  • Saturday, May 25th 2019
  •   8:00pm

Rock the Yacht featuring Ambrosia, Gary Wright, John Ford Coley and Stephen Bishop

The invigorating sounds of Ambrosia, Gary Wright, John Ford Coley and Stephen Bishop are teaming up for the Rock the Yacht Tour!

Los Angeles based Ambrosia has released seven Hot-100 hits including “How Much I Feel” and “Biggest Part of Me.” The Grammy Nominated recording group features three original members and performs with a variety of their original hits and their new, moving material. 

Gary Wright has been a longtime collaborator and creative influencer to many of his contemporaries including George Harrison and Steve Winwood and rap artists such as Eminem and Salt-N-Pepa. Wright’s cutting-edge keyboard/synthesizers have changed popular music and continue to be a cornerstone to the genre today. Wright has multiple Hot-100 songs to his name including two Top-10 hits “Love Is Alive” and “Dream Weaver.”

World renowned songwriter, Stephen Bishop, started his career with a guitar and $12 in his pocket. Since his start, Bishop blossomed into an Oscar and two-time Grammy nominated recording artist. His hit songs “On and On,” “Save it for a Rainy Day” and “It Might Be You” all peaked in the top-25 of Billboard’s Hot-100.

Double Platinum recording artist John Ford Coley started his career with England Dan, releasing four top-10 hits including “I’d Really Love to See You Tonight,” “We’ll Never have to Say Goodbye Again” and “Love is the Answer.” The classically trained pianist and avid guitarist and produced with numerous artists including Eddie Money, Vince Gill, Tom Wurth and Lynn Bryant.  

Strobe lights, lighting effects, and theatrical fog may be in use in Muze Lounge during musical concerts.  If you have health or physical problems that could be affected by strobe lighting, lighting effects, of theatrical fog, including but not limited to photosensitive epilepsy, asthma or breathing problems, you should not enter the Muze Lounge.