Elvis Costello and The Imposters Club Date - Live In Memphis (Eagle Vision)
On September 17th, 2004, Elvis Costello and The Imposters took the stage at the unpretentious High Tone Caf in Memphis, Tennessee and made music history. Tickets were a mere $20, and the room capacity was only 250.
For any music fan, this was rock and roll heaven.
Elvis Costello sang and played with the power and passion that only comes with timeless talent, drawing the crowd to become part of the show, part of the atmosphere, and part of the music. Costello gave the audience his greatest hits with some new, inspired songs all with the kind of freshness and emotion that overcomes you. Emmylou Harris joined Elvis on stage for a few songs, ensuring a magical night.
The room was hot and smelled like beer. The atmosphere was sweet. The organic nature only a small club can offer was inescapable. This was the perfect club gig, the one you always talk about and will be a benchmark in your musical memory.
Elvis Costello and The Imposters entered a small club on September 17th and changed lives. Only on rare occasions does one become witness to such a monumental event in music. An artist, larger than life, shared his gift with just a small group, a chosen few, and now you.