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When: Thu., Sept. 27, 7 p.m. 2018
Price: $25-$40
War began as a project for former Animals frontman Eric Burdon, a pioneer of the British Invasion who wanted to form a group that celebrated racial and political harmony amidst the tumult of the early ’70s. Burdon was at the helm when the band scored a hit with the quirky story-song “Spill the Wine,” but he left shortly thereafter, and the rest of the group, session musicians that had honed their skills in Long Beach, developed in a much funkier direction. They’re best known for hits like “Why Can’t We Be Friends?” and “Low Rider,” and founding member Lonnie Jordan is still rocking out with War, bringing retro energy to casino stages.
— Nathan Weinbender


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