Tue, June 20 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Recurring Event (See all) www.lpvac.org Evenings on the Green – Art & Music Music begins at 6:45pm. Please register online and you might win prizes! [more]
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A Free Spirit in Contemporary Jazz Japanese-born pianist and composer Keiko Matsui has become an icon in contemporary smooth jazz reaching virtually every corner of the globe over the past 25 years. A consummate artist freely at home in any musical context, her original compositions transcend boundaries, blending a rich and diverse melting pot of [more]
Legendary Blues Hall of Fame Guitarist Five-time Grammy Award-winning guitarist Robert Cray was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in 2011. He has been bridging the lines between blues, soul and R&B for the past four decades and is credited with attracting a new generation of fans to the world of blues with his distinctive razor-sharp guitar [more]
Smooth Family Harmonies On genuine, passionate interpretations of original and cover songs, Derik Nelson with his siblings, Riana and Dalton, offer a rare opportunity to hear the perfectly blended harmonies only a family can deliver. Derik appeared regularly as lead guitarist on “Glee” before the three joined together as a group. Now, their [more]
American Folk Legends The New Christy Minstrels forged a fresh folk sound in the 1960s with a lighthearted style that was welcomed in the heart of a challenging era. Original songs such as “Green, Green” and their cover of “Sing in the Sunshine” topped the charts and their debut album won a Grammy Award in 1963. More than 20 albums later, [more]
Timeless Music by Songwriter Extraordinaire Inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2013, JD Souther’s songs have taken up residence in our collective memories. He is as well-known for the songs he’s written for other people, as for his hit single “You’re Only Lonely” which dominated the airwaves in 1979. During the 70s and 80s, [more]