By listening together, we hear the album again for the first time.

A Rochmon Record Club Listening Party is meant to inform and deepen our understanding of the history of the individual performers, the songs and the stories that went into the making this iconic album. The records will be listened to on The Park Theater’s state of the art sound system. 

Lineup for Rochmon Record Club Listening Party:

  • Fleetwood Mac’s “Rumours”
  • Doobie Brothers’ “The Captain and Me”
  • Steve Miller Band's "Fly Like an Eagle"
  • Janis Joplin's "Pearl"
  • The Doors' "The Doors"
  • Linda Ronstadt's "Simple Dreams"
  • Paul Simon's "Graceland"

There will be limited seating and tickets must be purchased in advance. Make your reservations early!

Below is the schedule for 2021

November 30 - Fleetwood Mac’s “Rumours”
  • “Rumours” is Fleetwood Mac’s best-selling album and considered by many to be one of Rock & Roll’s best records. Made during a time of tremendous emotional turmoil within the band “Rumours” features the songs “Don’t Stop”, “Go Your Own Way”, “The Chain”, “Second Hand News”, and 7 other wonderful songs. The Listening Party begins at 7pm with a live audio & video presentation by Chuck Vosganian aka “Rochmon”. 
December 29 - Doobie Brothers’ “The Captain and Me”
  • “The Captain & Me”, the Doobie Brothers 3rd album, features The Doobies at the height of their popularity. Singer, Guitarist, and Songwriter Tom Johnston struck gold on “The Captain and Me” with hits like “Long Train Runnin’”, “China Grove”, and “Without You”, alongside 8 other great Doobie Brother’s songs! The Listening Party begins at 7pm with a live audio & video presentation by Chuck Vosganian aka “Rochmon”. 

January 26 - Steve Miller Band's "Fly Like an Eagle"
  • “Fly Like an Eagle”, released in 1976, was a follow up to Miller’s “overnight success” 8th album, ”The Joker”, released in ‘73. It took Steve and his band 3 years of hard touring, songwriting, and studio time to create what many consider the Steve Miller Band’s best album. “Fly Like an Eagle” is filled with great songs, among them three top 10 singles, including the title song, “Take the Money and Run”, “Rockin’ Me” and more. A Rochmon Record Club Listening Party is meant to inform and deepen our understanding of the history of the individual performers, the songs and stories that went into the making this iconic album. By listening together, we hear the album again for the first time. 
February 23 - Janis Joplin's "Pearl"
  • “Pearl” was Joplin’s creative peak. Produced by Paul Rothchild and featuring a band of seasoned road and studio musicians all the songs on “Pearl” were chosen by and arranged by Janis. “Pearl” features one of my favorite Joplin songs, “Move Over” as well as “Cry Baby” and Joplin’s biggest single, “Me and Bobby McGee”. Janis died 16 days after Jimi in October 1970 and 3 months before the release of her masterpiece, “Pearl”. We’ll listen to “Pearl” on The Park Theater’s state of the art sound system. A Rochmon Record Club Listening Party is meant to inform and deepen our understanding of the history of the individual performers, the songs and stories that went into the making this iconic album. By listening together, we hear the album again for the first time. 
March 30 - The Doors' "The Doors"
  • The Doors greeted the world in 1967 an amazing year for Rock & Roll. The Doors psychedelic sound and charismatic lead singer, Jim Morrison, combined to make “The Doors” one of the best-selling albums of all time. Recorded over 6 days “The Doors” first album, with songs like “Break on Through (To The Other Side)”, “Alabama Song (Whiskey Bar)” and the #1 “Light My Fire”, were on the radio constantly. The Listening Party begins at 7pm with a live audio & video presentation by Chuck Vosganian aka “Rochmon”. We’ll listen to “The Doors” on The Park Theater’s state of the art sound system. A Rochmon Record Club Listening Party is meant to inform and deepen our understanding of the history of the individual performers, the songs and stories that went into the making this iconic album. By listening together, we hear the album again for the first time. 
April 27 - Linda Ronstadt's "Simple Dreams"
  • Linda Ronstadt scored hit record after hit record with her wonderfully recorded albums and beautiful, effortless voice. A staple on the radio in the 70’s “Simple Dreams” features Buddy Holly’s “It So Easy”, Roy Orbison’s “Blue Bayou”, the Rolling Stones “Tumbling Dice”, two Warren Zevon songs and 5 more. Recorded and released in 1977 “Simple Dreams” is an audio snapshot of an artist at the top of her game. The Listening Party begins at 7pm with a live audio & video presentation by Chuck Vosganian aka “Rochmon”. We’ll listen to “The Captain & Me” on The Park Theater’s state of the art sound system. A Rochmon Record Club Listening Party is meant to inform and deepen our understanding of the history of the individual performers, the songs and stories that went into the making this iconic album. By listening together, we hear the album again for the first time. 
May 25 - Paul Simon's "Graceland"
  • Released in 1986 “Graceland” features some of Simon’s most beloved songs and includes performances by over 40 musicians, 13 of them drummers. Songs like “Boy In The Bubble”, “Graceland”, “Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes”, “You Can Call Me Al” and “Homeless” are framed as western music with an extremely heavy African feel.
    The Listening Party begins at 7pm with a live audio & video presentation by Chuck Vosganian aka “Rochmon”. We’ll listen to “The Captain & Me” on The Park Theater’s state of the art sound system. A Rochmon Record Club Listening Party is meant to inform and deepen our understanding of the history of the individual performers, the songs and stories that went into the making this iconic album. By listening together, we hear the album again for the first time.