Albany: Band chooses waterfront to hold online concert
By Damin Esper, Correspondent
POSTED: 12/17/2014 05:53:48 PM PST
ALBANY — For what it’s worth, the cops came up to the roof of Abbey Road Studios in London in 1969 when the Beatles recorded a brief concert for the movie “Let It Be.”
Fast forward 45 years. Oakland band Musk had just finished a similar live performance before the cameras on Dec. 9 on the shore of San Francisco Bay behind the grandstand and parking lot at Golden Gate Fields when several East Bay Regional Park District police officers drove up. Much like the Beatles’ concert, nothing came of it. Whether Musk’s show will be seen by millions, well, we’ll see.
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