April 10, 2014
I remember listening to America's hit songs, "I Need You", "Ventura Highway" and "Sister Golden Hair" when they first came out. I coveted my brother's Santana album. My friends and I talked about the concerts we'd go to when Journey, Boston, Lynyrd Skynyrd or Steppenwolf came to town. After school we would listen to their music for hours. Remember when we had the time?!
Ask 100 people who World Classic Rockers are and maybe one of them will recognize the name. WCR is known as World's Greatest Rock and Roll All-Star Band and features former members of rock super-groups: Aynsley Dunbar (Journey), Michael Monarch and Nick St. Nicholas (Steppenwolf), Fran Cosmo (Boston), Greg Walker (Santana) and Randall Hall (Lynyrd Skynyd). For the past 17 years WCR has toured the world bringing audiences to their feet with electrifying performances of legendary hits such as "Born to be Wild", "Separate Ways", "More Than a Feeling", "Black Magic Woman", "Sweet Home Alabama", "Magic Carpet Ride", "Anyway You Want It", "Peace of Mind", "Evil Ways", "Free Bird" and many more. But guess what?
Flying Dutchmen Travel (FDT) has booked America, AND World Classic Rockers to perform on the Second Annual Wine, Dine and Music Cruise sailing Oct. 25-30, 2014! Additional performers on this music cruise are Arrival from Sweden (Music of ABBA), Neal McCoy (Country Music legend), Chris Mann,(finalist on The Voice), Phil Thompson (internationally acclaimed pop pianist and vocalist) and singer/songwriter Davis McGee.
If you had to pay for all the premium wine (did I mention you get a free bottle of Kendall-Jackson wine every night?!), the amazing food, the room and all the concerts it would cost you much more than the price of this cruise. Staterooms start at only $699 and they are all-inclusive. Read more here.
The cruise ship will be the Norwegian Cruise Line's'Pearl, which sails out of Miami through the Caribbean. Ports-of-Call are Nassau and Great Stirrup Cay (Norwegian Cruise Lines' private island) in the Bahamas, Caribbean Sea.
To book travel visit www.winedineandmusiccruise.com. Can't make it this year but want to be notified of future all-inclusive theme cruises? You can join Flying Dutchmen Travel's mailing list here.
Stay tuned for my next blog about swimming with dolphins, sea turtles, stingrays and sharks on cruise excursions in the Caribbean!