Sunday, July 13, 2008

Concert in the Park

After our family picnic yesterday we packed it up and went down to our town park for a benefit concert of local music. The night was hot but breezy and it was a very groovy scene. The proceeds are going to help support our local community theater, The Shea.

Headliners The Alchemystics. Excellent reggae, hip-hop and dub. Heavy grooves, great vocals, and positive messages.

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Lin Preston’s Musical Time Machine
The band leader has an amazing voice reminiscent of Nick Lowe. The band sound is loud but melodic rock; all original material.
This dude has star-power. It seems he was once a rather good Elvis impersonator. The drummer is the talented Nick, Supergirl Two's boyfriend. This is a band that's going places, I think.

The lovely Alice, W.P.'s mother, diggin' the show

7 comments:

  1. Glad to see you had a great weekend and lovely people to spend it with. Keep up the Jah jammin.

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  2. What a wonderful way to spend a weekend!

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  3. the bandshell looks lovely, I like that it's on ground level, and love how the grass just meets it :)

    alice is lovely!!

    I'm happy you had such a great evening.

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  4. Susan: I luvs me some Jah jammin'. My favorite music to dance to. So good for the soul.

    Sherry: t'was good, luv.

    Minne: It's one of the best weekends I've had in years.

    Dianne: Isn't the bandshell nice? It's only a couple of years old. Our town is really shaping up.

    Alice is cool. She's incredibly well read and open-minded. At 87, she is amazing.

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  5. Loved to have been there myself.

    I love concerts in the park. Music on the streets. Dancing for no apparent reason. Grooving to the tune in my head.

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  6. Me too, PM. And this being in town just made my world. I felt like hugging it.

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