Revisiting the Classics with Elvis Costello and The Imposters

. October 1, 2016.
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In a career that’s spanned over four decades, Elvis Costello has had plenty of hit records, but 1982’s Imperial Bedroom — critically celebrated at the time — didn’t chart with a huge impact. Costello and his backing band, The Imposters, revisit the classic on tour, performing tracks framed with other selections from his iconic discography.

Sunday | October 30 | 8pm | $69.50-$125
Michigan
Theater | 603 E. Liberty St.
734-668-8463 | 
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