July 16, 2018

Sound View Summer Concert Series Continues Thursday, July 26

‘Four Barrel Billy’ will perform at Sound View tomorrow evening.

Free outdoor concerts sponsored by the Sound View Commission and the Town of Old Lymwill be held on Hartford Avenue at the flagpole on Thursdays from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Bring your lawn chair and enjoy a great family evening of music.

The remaining schedule of concerts is as follows:

Four Barrel Billy – July 12

Your favorite songs from the 50s, 60s & more. Doo-wop, Rock-a-billy, surf, blues and good old rock & roll. These guys look like greasers, but sing like angels. One of the top acts on the Connecticut shoreline for dancing and good times. FourBarrelBilly.com

Rivergods – July 26

With original roots/folk/alt.country/ the Rivergods hailing from southern New England, are known for their poignant songwriting, stellar harmonies and moving live performances. The Rivergods have enjoyed 20 years together as a band, and have been profiled/reviewed in~No Depression, Blurt Online, Connecticut Magazine, Soundwaves, Boston Soundcheck~and more. “One of the area’s finest and best-loved bands.”~—Rick Koster, New London Day

Red Satin Band – Aug. 9**

Swing, Jazz, Big Band along with some R&B, Classic Rock, and Funk. The best of 8 decades of great music. Featuring vocalist Valerie Rogers. The 12 piece Red Satin band has played to rave reviews throughout the northeast; “Amazing performance…Great Show…Stunning Vocals” nominated in the CTNow Best of Hartford 2018 for the best Jazz band. The unique blend of personality and great music is delight for audiences of all ages, Red Satin will get you dancing or just sit back and enjoy. www.redsatinband.com

Mark Nomad Band – Aug. 23 **

“A big thumbs up!”– Blue Suede News “One of the hottest up and coming commodities”– House of Blues Your favorite songs from Blues to 60’s -70’s rock & more. MARK NOMAD’S music has been heard on radio stations all over the world and has been used in commercials and in film. Sharing the stage with many of the biggest names in show business he was co- founder of the original Little Village. Their debut album is considered a collector’s item and the band is legendary in the Northeast.~

**Rain location: Shoreline Community Center, 39 Hartford Ave.

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