Hear Dr Dre’s music like never before!
The music from the man behind the iconic headphones is getting a classical shake-up. Cover band No Strings Attached will be performing a complete rendition of the album 2001 by Dr Dre, plus some of his west-coast classics on Friday 25 September from 7pm in Anfield, Liverpool.You can book your tickets here.
No Strings Attached is far from your average cover band as it merges traditional orchestra with modern live hip-hop music. Join the band as it breaks down genre barriers by mixing classical instruments and musical techniques to create a hard-hitting hip-hop performance.
The cover band features classical musicians from the UK’s leading orchestras, plus DJs and singers, who will be paying tribute to legendary producer, rapper and entrepreneur Dr. Dre. Expect the chamber orchestra to be playing well-known classics from his second album, such as ‘The Next Episode’, which originally features Snoop Dogg. Plus, you can listen to No Strings Attached’s version of ‘Still D.R.E’, the song that accompanies those online ‘Thug Life’ videos. Shades are optional.
Held at The Isla Gladstone Conservatory in Stanley Park, where you can enjoy beautiful scenery and Victorian architecture whilst listening to the band’s unique orchestral arrangements of Dr Dre’s G-funk opus. 2001 features arguably some of the best music from the artist and some great collaborations with the likes of Eminem, Mary J Blige and Hittman, to name a few. No Strings Attached will also play some of the music from the first album of Dr Dre, The Chronic, and potentially other songs of the era that Dr Dre features on such as Blackstreet’s track, ‘No Diggity’.
So, if you fancy a night of looking out at the stars and listening to a three-hour performance of some of the best hip-hop music from the 90s and early noughties, get your tickets to this event here.
Dr Dre will not be attending this event; this is an orchestral rendition event performing covers and renditions. This event will be operating under covid government guidelines by following social distancing.