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Saturday
Jun
16

ATL Collective relives Jamiroquai “The Return of the Space Cowboy”

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Welcome to The Return of the Space Cowboy, friends. You’ve made a wise choice. Jamiroquai’s sophomore album, released in 1994, two years after their UK-chart topping debut Emergency on Planet Earth and two years before their American breakout release Traveling Without Moving. Tracks from Space Cowboy have been sampled by Missy Elliot and Tupac Shakur and used in the video game. Despite the party-friendly sonic veneer, there is lyrical depth here, with tracks like “Manifest Destiny” wrestling with social injustice and slavery. The album has sold over 4 million copies. And the title track, “Space Cowboy,” topped the US dance charts. Rolling Stone gave the record 4 out of 5 stars, writing “Jay Kay is a wonderfully nimble singer with a Stevie Wonder jones, and Jamiroquai parlay jazzy soul pop so tight it crackles….Nowadays, when most funk comes out of cans, Jamiroquai’s live spark glows.” Don’t even think about staying in your seats.

ABOUT ATL COLLECTIVE:
ATL Collective shows relive classic albums and culturally significant music events through live performances mixed with powerful storytelling. We handpick the finest local and national talent to recreate the greatest albums ever recorded. Audiences discover new favorite artists while singing their old favorite songs. A crucial part of the success of our events has to do with our emphasis on storytelling. We work to create immersive experiences that celebrate the album’s cultural impact, tell the artist’s story, and highlighting the social and political environment during the time the album was recorded and released.

TICKETING & RESERVATION INFO:

Purchasing a General Admission ticket does not guarantee a seat/table.

Additional reservations are not required if a table, booth, or banquette has been purchased via Ticketfly.

PLEASE NOTE: If earlier dinner reservations are made, your seats are not guaranteed for the show. For example, it is unlikely to reserve a table at 7:30 pm and keep it for a 9:30 pm show. The only way to guarantee a seat for the show is to purchase table, booth or banquette tickets.