Glory Days Dinner Show at Bama Slam

Glory Days Dinner Show at Bama Slam

October 15, 2022 | 9:00PM - 12:00AM

Glory Days Dinner Show
Saturday, October 15, 2022

Mitchell Automotive welcomes The Glory Days Dinner Show at the Bama Slam Saloon. Glory Days is a 7-piece rock band, with male and female co-lead vocalists, co-lead guitarists, period-perfect keyboards/synthesizers, and soaring harmonies. The show starts big and ends bigger, with constant flow, lots of crowd interaction, and brilliantlyworked out rock medleys. Glory Days travels with its own state-of-the-art sound and lighting production. Comprised of a team of seasoned, experienced musicians and entertainers, Glory Days is the can’t-miss crowd pleaser for nearly any occasion.

Dinner Menu

Your choice of fried or sautéed Grouper paired with sautéed asparagus and a cheddar-garlic biscuit. Served with a Caesar salad and Citrus Olive Oil Cake. Sweet tea or water for your drink. Full service bar will be available including Wine.

Timeline of Events

5:00pm: Doors Open & Cocktail Hour
6:30pm-8:00pm: Three Course Meal
8:00pm: Glory Days Show

A ’70s and ’80s Rock Review

There was once a sweet spot in rock ‘n roll. A point where technology had finally caught up with artistry. A time when video had not yet killed the radio star. When a band was measured by its songs rather than its hairstyles. When studio sessions were meant for the creation of albums, and hit singles were found rather than manufactured.

And a great rock concert?

Well, what was sweeter than that? At the end of the night, with ringing ears, sweaty clothes, a hoarse voice, and a swimmy head, you’d had a religious experience. Something to tell your kids and grandkids about. But how do you really explain it, what music once was? How a screaming Les Paul could be felt in your gut, how a thundering drum fill could make you walk like a god, or how the right set of lyrics could literally change your life. Or, sometimes, maybe even the world.

Yeah, it was a sweet spot in time. The Glory Days of rock. A window that will never open again.

Unless you know the right band.


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