TILTON — The Celebration Singers, a faith-based youth singing group from Texas, will give a free concert on Tuesday, July 7, at 2:30 p.m. at the New Hampshire Veterans Home.
The Celebration Singers is a chorus of 65 young people from Atlanta, a town in northeastern Texas, which is touring New Hampshire, giving free performances and undertaking community service projects.
Comprised of 14- to 18-year-old Texans, the Celebration Singers, and their directors, have developed a highly choreographed routine aimed at declaring their faith and loyalty to God and country.
The performance at the Veterans Home, located at 139 Winter St., is open to the general public.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 July 2015 08:17
LACONIA — The Laconia 4th of July Committee is putting out a plea to help put on the annual parade. Organizers are lacking in participants this year and are asking for help. Anyone willing and able to be in the parade is needed.
Organizers are looking for floats, walkers, antique cars, decorated bikes etc. Everyone is welcome. Those who are interested in being in the parade may contact the Laconia Parks & Recreation Department at 524-5046 to sign up.
The parade starts at Wyatt Park on South Main Street at 4:30 and goes through downtown to Opechee Park. Set up at Wyatt will begin at 3:30.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 December 1969 07:00
LACONIA — Japanese born and NY-based guitarist and singer-songwriter, Hiroya Tsukamoto, will be performing on Thursday, July 23 at 8 p.m. at Pittman's Freight Room in Laconia.
Tickets are $15 and Pitman's is a BYOB venue.
Eclectic, immersive and mesmerizing original music plus Japanese folk songs with stories behind music. Born and raised in Japan, Tsukamoto creates evocative images through his music, taking listeners with him on scenic journeys of melody and rhythm.
Hiroya says he "This is my first time playing in the area and I look forward to it".
HIROYA TSUKAMOTO SOLO CONCERT in Laconi
Thursday, July 23th, 8pm
Pittman's Freight Room
94 New Salem St, Laconia, NH 03246
Phone: (603) 527-0043
Ticket: $15 (BYOB)
Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 July 2015 06:50
WOLFEBORO — On Friday, July 10 at 7:30 pm the Great Waters Music Festival will kick off its Kingwood Series with Blood Sweat & Tears.
"Like a great baseball team the members change but the soul lives on, Though many great musicians have passed through BS&T it's musicianship stands the test of time" 2005 found BS&T looking back to founding father Bobby Colomby's original vision for Blood Sweat & Tears quite simple "Find the greatest musicians and the rest is easy".
Since then with Bobby Colomby's guidance BS&T have re-established themselves as one of the hottest touring acts in the world. Whether playing the hits that started BS&T'S meteoric rise or complicated Jazz riff's, audiences world wide show their appreciation with standing ovations nightly.
2008 The South Korean Government named Blood Sweat & Tears "The Ambasadors of Peace" That same year the BS&T horn section recorded with Jeff Lorber on his Grammy nominated CD "He Had A Hat".
2010 saw yet another recording session with Jeff Lorber. A world tour interrupted by an Icelandic volcano. The band buys a Tour Bus to play smaller and up close venues along with the big concert venues.
2011 BS&T played 3 sold out concerts at the world famous Blue Note Jazz Club in New York City with the Legendary trumpeter Arturo Sandoval.
The current lead singer for the group is Bo Bice, who was the runner up to Carrie Underwood in 2005 on the hit FOX show American Idol.
The performance will be held at the Kingswood Arts Center in Wolfeboro and is sponsored by Fidelity Investments, Maxfield Real Estate, the Laconia Daily Sun and Steve & Carol Bush of Maxfield Real Estate.
The Great Waters Music Festival is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing outstanding musical performances to people living in and visiting the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. Information and tickets for all performances are available at the office at 15 Varney Road in Wolfeboro, by calling 603-569-7710, or online at www.greatwaters.org. Ticket prices for this performance are $80, $70, 50 and $25.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 July 2015 06:44
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