Monte gets the SCOOP directly from Jeff Tweedy, regarding Wilco's new album title. Reelife is editing the entire interview and working on a more comprehensive montage of all the events that went down at The Solid Sound Festival, Mass MoCA last weekend
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
June 28, 2011
• Summer-long music series, Thursday nights, 7pm, July & August
• Showcasing the great talent that resides in and around The Pioneer Valley AND the beautiful grounds of Williamsburg's Quiet Reflections Garden
• This year's FREE series is SPONSORED by the fine folks at FLORENCE SAVINGS BANK and Produced by Reelife Productions.
The first performance on Thursday July 7th will feature:
Pat & Tex LaMountain, www.patandtex.com
Pat & Tex LaMountain have been singing, writing, performing and harmonizing together for over 30 years. Performances have included festivals, clubs, coffeehouses, community concerts, radio, television documentaries and films.
7/14 Charles Neville www.charlesnevillesite.com
7/21 Appalachian Still (Trio) www.appalachianstill.com
7/28 Ray Mason www.RayMason.com
8/4 Dennis Caraher www.radioboymusic.com
8/11 Eric Alan www.theerikalan.com
8/18 Lux Deluxe www.myspace.com/luxdeluxetheband
8/25 The Suitcase Junket http://www.makingwhatiwant.com
The series coordinator, Tom Adams, says "I'm really happy with the lineup this year. There's no shortage of great talent around the Pioneer Valley but to be able to gather these fine musicians for the people in town...for them to enjoy the music & relax in such a beautiful setting... it's a real pleasure for me."
The word is spreading about this little musical/garden nook that has been created & maintained by the hard work of Nick Dines, Donna Baldwin and the Angel Park Cmte and this year, the numbers should continue to grow, espcially with the addition of Burgy's new Thursday Market. It's such a perfect combination...head to the Farmer's Market for your fresh farm products and then stroll over to Angel Park to listen to some great music. It's what summer's all about!