Personally, I happen to think that the 70s and 80s were the golden era of music. Particularly for rock music. Every prominent band back in those days had their own distinct sound. From Van Halen, to Pink Floyd, To Zeppelin, to Journey and more, all of 70s and 80s bands had something unique to offer stylistically.

One of the most recognizable bands of the time was The Police. Stings vocals, Stewart Copeland’s legendary drumming, and Andy Summers silky smooth guitar riffs made this band one of the greatest power trios of all time.

Unfortunately, the likelihood that these guys will ever revive the band is pretty slim. But there’s still a way you can see all of their legendary songs played live. “Toast in the Machine” is a Minnesota based Police tribute band that have an upcoming performance at State Theatre in Zombrota on September 14th.

These guys do an incredible job covering The Police’s material. I highly recommend seeing these guys to any fan of Sting and The Police. The show starts at 7:30 pm and you can get a ticket online now for $22.

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