Free Sunday Concert Series at the Pavilion at Forge Pond Park

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Hanover Parks and Recreation presents: Free Sunday Concert Series at the
Pavilion at Forge Pond Park!
Every other Sunday, June 30th – September 8th
5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Please bring a chair and blanket and join Park and Rec for an evening of
family, friends and great entertainment at Forge Pond Park (253 King
Street). Extreme Tailgators Barbeque (6/30,7/14 and 9/8), South Shore Taco
Guy (7/28) and Mom on the Go Food Truck and Restaurant (8/11 and 8/25) will
be there with dinner, snacks and drinks to purchase! NEW this year
Burke’s Alewerks will be selling beer at each concert!

June 30th – The 781 Band
The 781 Band plays your favorite top 40 hits from the last 30 years! Pop,
Rock, Country and anything else that gets you moving! The band consists of
Rob Short (lead vocals), Drew Contois (lead guitar and vocals), Ryan Calter
(rhythm guitar and vocals), Todd Laporte (bass) and John Iacadoro (drums).

July 14th – The New City Cowboys
The New City Cowboys are a group of country music lovin’ lifelong friends
based, of all places, just south of Boston. They’ve been performing for
years as The Armstrong Brothers Band to popular acclaim throughout the
South Shore since the 1980’s. But they love the new music coming out of
Nashville so much that five years ago they formed their new band, The New
City Cowboys, to bring the “new Nashville sound” to the Boston area.
Their goal is to make sure that you have as good a time listening to their
favorite country music as they do performing it for you!
The New City Cowboys are: Jim and Joe Armstrong, Bill Holbrook, as well as
occasional visiting musicians and longtime ‘friends of the band”,
performing the country music we love from the likes of Kenny Chesney, Jason
Aldean, Eric Church, and others.

July 28th – 5:00 p.m. Paul Doolittle and Erin Thornton, and 6:00 p.m. John
Paul Doolittle and Erin Thornton are an acoustic duo playing classic songs
from all decades of the modern era of American popular music.
John Doney is a singer-songwriter with Western MA roots who has settled
down in the South Shore. His music has been influenced by folk, rock,
blues and country. He pulls from the likes of the Beatles and Paul Simon,
with a nod towards rock n’ roll’s country and blues foundation. He has
been writing and performing music across the state for the past 10 years.

August 11th – Rick Barron and The Quavers
Their music is described as original country Americana, oldies and
rock-n-roll. Rick has won awards for his songwriting for Billboard and
M.C.M.A.A. in Massachusetts and performed his songs in Nashville at the
famous Bluebird Cafe, Charlie Daniels’ Talent Show and many other venues in
the South Shore and beyond! Rick has been headlined as a “Brookline cop
who is a real country crooner”. The band performs regularly Mr.
Dooley’s Irish Village Pub.

August 25th – Divas with a Twist
Divas with a Twist is a unique musical group that performs all different
genres of music, and they are based out of Boston. With five powerhouse
female vocalists, backed by Grammy nominated musicians, Divas with a Twist
is sure to captivate any audience. The musicians and vocalists bring
originality and a high powered sound, creating and delivering unique and
highly entertaining performances every time! You’ll hear songs by Queen,
The Who, Gloria Estefan, The Temptations, Aretha Franklin, Michael Jackson,
Maroon Five, Lady Gaga, Adele and MORE!

September 8th – North Sea Gas
Have a “Gas”! “North Sea Gas” that is! One of Scotland’s most popular and
enduring bands, “North Sea Gas” formed over 39 years ago and is still
continually traveling the world bringing their brand of Scottish
traditional, contemporary and self-penned music to the people. This highly
entertaining Scottish folk trio offers high energy instrumentals, history,
great craic, and tremendous three part harmonies giving the “Gas” show
universal appeal.

This concert series is partially sponsored by the Hanover Cultural Council.

For more information please call 781-826-5000 ext. 1057 or email .

For “Around Town on the Web”,
Cathy H-B

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