Waterloo Sunset is a journey of melodic nostalgia exploring the life, times and music that defined the 1960s-70s generation. Songs include Laughter in the Rain, All Come to Look for America, San Francisco (Wear Some Flowers in Your Hair), Last Train to Clarksville, My Eyes Adored You, My Girl, Bus Stop, The Times They Are A-Changing and of course Waterloo Sunset…. “the most beautiful song in the English language.” 

“…a truly lovely interpretation of Simon & Garfunkel’s America …pairing the opening number from Hair, Aquarius, alongside San Francisco, a huge hit during the Summer of Love… acquires a real poignancy when sung by a performer remembering his youth.”

” …the stripped-back version of Waterloo Sunset is stunning in its simplicity – Benton’s storytelling here is just right. Bob Dylan’s The Times They Are a Changin’… is a genuinely rousing, almost powerful interpretation of a classic work.”

“…unusual and unusually entertaining… a beautiful, powerful, emotive voice…. Benton finds the drama.”

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