Concert Series

Bristol Fourth of July Concert Series for 2019!

Concert Series Line Up

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Independence Park, Bristol, RI

Come and enjoy a wide variety of music!

Event Chairman:  Ray Lavey

Event Co-Chairmen are Patti Nenna, Tammy Mojkowski, Chuck MacDonough

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Welcome to the Bristol 4th of July 2019 Concert Series.

7:00 p.m. – RI Army National Guard 88th Army Band

The 88th Army Band,  as part of the Rhode Island Army National Guard,  has the primary responsibility to provide Musical Support across the state. The  Band has a long and proud history of service to our State and Country.   Instituted in 1892,  the band  performs  a wide range of music from patriotic, classical, contemporary, big band swing, country, and the latest top-40 hits.  Their Pop Rock Ensemble is consistently in the top East Coast Army Ensembles.  Their show is a lively Patriotic presentation coupled with a high energy Rock set that will keep everyone thoroughly entertained.

This Concert is sponsored by:  TBD

6:30 p.m. – Bad Zeppelin

Bad Zeppelin is a regional supergroup comprised of acclaimed musicians whose
careers span more than three decades with numerous popular acts.
Their collaboration is a tribute to the music they love and that helped shape them into
the musicians they are today. Bad Zeppelin delivers a raucous, high-energy
performance, and authentic representation of hits, that consistently energizes their
audiences. If you love the songs of Led Zeppelin and Bad Company DO NOT MISS
THIS SHOW. The members are as follows.
David Duarte (vocals, harmonica) is a 30+ year veteran on the regional music scene
and a returning Bristol Concert Series artist. He’s played with Missing Elmslie, D&D
Live, Wicked Acoustic, and Project Broken. His discography includes Project Broken –
Songs of Disbelief.
Joe Scolaro (vocals, guitar) has been performing professionally since the 80s and is
also a returning Bristol Concert Series artist. He currently fronts Crushed Velvet and has
played in numerous other regional favorites including The Electric Gypsies, and Shout.
With The Electric Gypsies he’s released the CD Silent Democracy.
Kevin Pellegrino (drums) has performed at just about every Wildstock event since its
inception and worked with Missing Elmslie , Liquid Fix, Slick Zigster, Broken Silence,
and Level Five.
Brian DeFusco (guitar) is also a multi-decade regional veteran and returning Bristol
Concert Series artist. He’s played with D&D Live, and Project Broken. With David
Duarte he released Project Broken – Songs of Disbelief.
Frederick Lewis DeAngelis (vocals, bass) is a Berklee College of Music alumnus, and
served as Berklee’s Alumni Chapter Leader for RI. He founded the Homegrown Music
Seminars music education program, and has performed for a US President. He’s played
with Control Freak, and The Multiple Shorts. His discography includes Wicked
Awesome Acoustic Holiday with Joe Caron, and The Multiple Shorts – Disinterested
Kids (expected release later this year).

7:45 p.m. – Merchants of Cool

Merchants Of Cool was an idea that came about in the spring of 2011 to guitarist Mike Silva. He was looking for another project that would entertain people , make them dance and give them a lot of good memories. With Bad Company and Foreigner’s vast array of hit songs , it seemed like a great but very difficult task. The first bump in the road would be finding a singer who could recreate the well known vocal dynamics of Lou Gramm and Paul Rogers. Merchants of Cool were lucky enough to find Sean Byrne, an unbelievable vocalist with a range that most singers dream about. The next chore would be finding a keyboardist / guitarist. That’s where Scott Doyle comes in. As luck would have it , he was looking for another project. He was a perfect fit. One of the most difficult positions to fill would be finding another multi instrumentalist, one that could handle keyboards, sax, guitar, flute and vocals. The only musician that could possibly do this, was Skip Mahler, the keyboard player Mike had played with in Mr. Breeze. Colin Boughton, drummer and vocalist, has played with many local bands and is considered a hard hitting human metronome. Kevin Doyle on Bass Guitar rounding out the rhythm section perfectly with his solid tones. Finally, Diane Pezzullo, with soulful and powerful backing vocals completed the package.

This concert is sponsored by: TBD

6:30 p.m. – Gerry Grimo and the East Bay Jazz Orchestra

Gerry Grimo and the East Bay Jazz Ensemble’s repertoire includes a wide range of material from the 1930’s through 1990’s with an emphasis on the “hits” of Jazz, Big Band, Swing, Standards, Oldies, Motown/R&B, Classic Rock, and 90’s Pop/Dance music, Reggae, Country. Ballroom, Latin and more.

7:45 p.m. – Reminisce

REMINISCE is an 8 member oldies group specializing in songs from the 50’s and early 60’s.  With 4 vocalists and 4 instrumentalists, the group prides itself on achieving the original record sound when performing any song.  Arrangements are as close to the original group sound as possible.  REMINISCE has performed for national and regional audiences and continues to carry on the “Oldies”

This Concert is sponsored by:TBD

6:30 p.m. – Colby James Band

Accomplished and versatile American singer-songwriter Colby James has earned an outstanding reputation as one of the most popular performers on the live stage. For the past 17 years, Colby’s powerful hard-driving vocals and brilliant guitar playing skills have continued to entertain audiences throughout the region.

At an early age, Colby James began to develop his unique and distinctive connection with his audiences by showcasing his talents at any number of popular local venues. As word spread of his early success, Colby James along with violinist Heather Church, created the band called Rune, which went on to record their first featured live and studio album. Voted one of Rhode Island’s best bands, and as featured on iTunes, Rune continued to experience raving reviews while touring at larger venues including the Tropicana in Atlantic City and CBGB in NYC.

Soon after the success of Rune, Colby began to focus his creative energy towards further enhancing his solo career. While making numerous guest appearances across the country, he recorded his first solo album ‘Colby James’.

On any given weekend you can find Colby electrifying the stage with his intense vocals and impressive acoustical style which captivates his audiences like only few performers can achieve.

For selected shows, Colby’s latest project, the Colby James Band aims to continue to deliver his original sound and style similar to his recent performance at the Narrows. Thrilled to be performing alongside Colby, accomplished professional violinist Heather Church will once again join him for featured venues. Heather’s extensive experience as an electric violinist has enabled her to perform with top nationwide acts such as the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Josh Groban, Mark Wood, and Dee Snider. She is presently the Orchestra Director for the Dartmouth, MA public schools and currently plays in the New Bedford Symphony Orchestra.

Keeping the tempo for Colby is percussionist and back up vocalist Jay Pacheco, who in addition to his incredible cajon skills, has always been an integral part of Colby’s outstanding career as his production and engineering manager.

Rhythm guitarist James Raiola will be invited on showcased sets to provide his clean and smooth strumming style to complement Colby’s lead skills.

Appreciative of all of the support he has received throughout his career…Colby James invites everyone to join him to experience his interpretation and re-creation of exciting and entertaining brand of rock and roll acoustical music.

7:45 p.m. –

“I never expected any of these legends to say yes, but I figured it was worth a shot,” says PAT MCGEE about his star-studded new self-titled album. “If nothing else, I wanted them to know that I felt they would have been the perfect band for these songs. I have never been a guy that asked for favors or perks in this business, but on this project I definitely swung for the fences and thought to myself, ‘Why not? The worst they can say is ‘no’.”

Fortunately, the iconic players he had hoped to work with gave him a resounding, “Yes!” The dream team McGee assembled includes musical legends Russ Kunkel, Leland Sklar, Waddy Wachtel, Danny Kortchmar, and Jeff Pevar (nicknamed “The Section”). Other notable musicians such as Little Feat’s Paul Barrere, Blues Traveler’s John Popper, Train’s Pat Monahan, Punchbrother’s Gabe Witcher as well as Pat McGee’s own band contributed to the album’s sound.

Recorded in Los Angeles in 2014, Pat McGee was influenced by the classic albums of the 1970s that were spun in his childhood home. “I was inspired to write a record that was not based on a ‘single’ but on the wholeness of the complete album,” Pat explains. “I was at a friend’s house, listening to what I thought was someone’s playlist on an iPod. When I realized they were spinning full albums on vinyl, I was blown away. The very next day, I decided to buy a record player and picked up the ten records that lit the fire in me to start playing music, including seminal records by James Taylor, Jackson Browne, and Crosby, Stills, and Nash.”

Channeling the vintage warmth of those recordings, he began writing an album that would have the same timeless quality of singer/songwriter rock from the Laurel Canyon scene of the early 70s.

Once McGee had written enough material for an album, he began to wonder what would happen if he reached out to the musicians who helped to shape his ear. An impossible task, he thought, but he decided to throw caution to the wind and go for it. One by one, the pieces started to fit together and each of them accepted his offer. As though the universe had always intended for this record to be made. “You could tell when we got to the studio that all these guys just loved playing with each other,” McGee recalls. “From the moment that we played the opening warm-up casual jam, I knew that this was going to blow away anything that I could have ever dreamed.”

From the guitar intro of opening track “Bad Idea,” the natural connection between the players was obvious, sounding much more like a band who had been playing together for decades instead of being assembled for just one record. In lieu of the modern process of painstakingly tracking each individual instrument, the band jammed. “I would show them my song idea and they would ask to hear the meaning of the lyric, and 10 minutes later, we had a take on tape,” he says, still in awe of that process. “We never tracked more than two or three takes before moving onto the next song. In all of these moments, I felt like I was witnessing the creation of an iconic classic rock guitar moment, drum part or bass line– it was happening right before my very eyes. And the fact that these guys were making it happen on songs that I wrote is just still so unbelievable to me.”

The song “Overboard” features a guest vocal from Train’s Pat Monahan, and is a perfect example of how things just fell into place for this album, Pat’s fourth solo effort and tenth album overall. “I’ve known Pat since 1996 when Train toured with my band and we’ve kept in touch ever since. Pat knew how important this album was to me, so he offered to sing on the record.” Written for his wife, the song relays the idea of how he tends to go overboard with his feelings for her and his family, at times leading to vulnerable moments. “I was so inspired by listening to those old vinyl records that everything truly just flowed out of me.

Extremely proud of this record, McGee is hard-pressed to choose a favorite track. “I’m sure any artist is going to say this but it’s hard to pick a favorite,” he says. “Certainly there are musical moments that really put a smile on my face, like the mood of ‘Caroline’, the vibe of ‘Four-Door Dynamo’, the funk chops of ‘Kite String’ and the harmonies throughout the entire album from Patrick McAloon and Jonathan Williams…”

McGee started his professional music career in 1995 as leader of Pat McGee Band, touring relentlessly for over ten years all over the United States, including one stretch doing 98 shows in 103 days. The band, dubbed PMB by legions of adoring fans, sold out venues all over the US and shared stages with The Who, Allman Brothers, Fleetwood Mac, James Taylor, Counting Crows, Rat Dog, Levon Helm & more. Pat McGee Band even performed for President Clinton.

A big supporter of the US military and all that they do, McGee performed for the USO in Greenland as well as in The Middle East and Africa with Navy Entertainment. McGee and his band were also granted the opportunity to land on The USS Eisenhower to play for 5000 brave men and women serving on the Arabian Sea, certainly a career highlight. “My support of the Navy Entertainment and the USO feels, to me, something that every musician or artist or entertainer should be embracing,” McGee says. “I did not grow up in a military family, although my father did serve in Vietnam and to know the years he spent away from my sister while she was young is something I can relate to when meeting the troops overseas. These experiences have really shed some light on how incredibly difficult their jobs are. The men and women I’ve met while doing these tours really inspire you to go home and strive to be a better person.”

Reflecting back on this opus he’s created with these iconic performers, Pat McGee is proud of what he’s accomplished. “It sure feels good to have a record out right now that I want to share with everyone, and not just because they are songs that I wrote,” he explains. “I truly believe that all of the musicians that played on this album need to be credited for what they do. That seems to be lost in the modern music listening atmosphere.”

“It’s not just that these guys are masters on their instruments, because they certainly are that, it’s that their natural instinct is to put the perfect part down to whatever song they’re working on. That is why they have lasted over 50 years in this business. It’s just remarkable that they’re such a cornerstone of the sound of the American songwriter,” McGee says humbly. These new recordings are an indication that McGee has gained the acceptance and approval of his heros, an enviable feat in modern music.

McGee’s self titled upcoming record, his 10th effort and it’s a doozie. Recorded in Los Angeles in 2014, with a legendary band: Russ Kunkel, Leland Sklar, Waddy Wachtel, Danny Kortchmar, Jeff Pevar and guests: Little Feat’s Paul Barrere, Blues Traveler’s John Popper, Train’s Pat Monahan, Punchbrother’s Gabe Witcher as well as the PMB powerhouse players!

McGee wrote all the music himself inspired by the classic albums of the 1970’s that he grew up listening to. To land this incredible band, dubbed The Section, for these sessions was truly amazing and you can hear the passion and creativity on each track. These are the same players who helped create the signature sounds of Jackson Browne, James Taylor and so many more iconic artists.

Pat McGee Band was founded in 1995 and released and eight albums (2 on Warner Brothers) and a live DVD. PMB toured relentlessly for ten years all over the United States, in one stretch doing 98 shows in 103 days. They were asked to perform for President Clinton, sold out venues all over the US, shared the stage with The Who, Allman Brothers, Fleetwood Mac, James Taylor, Counting Crows, Rat Dog, Levon Helm & more. The band was crushed with the untimely death in 2006 of founding drummer Chris Williams. He was the backbone of the band and an integral part of the signature sound of the group, both live and in the studio. McGee has assembled various star-studded ensembles over the years aand continues to have a focus on the song supported with strong harmonies, percussive acoustic guitars, mandolins as well as a tight rhythm section and tasteful electric guitars.

This Concert is sponsored by:TBD

7:00 p.m. – East Bay Summer Wind Ensemble

The East Bay Summer Wind Ensemble is celebrating its 37th Summer Season of Music and provides a wind ensemble experience for advanced instrumentalists of high school age and up.  Under the direction of David M. Marshall, the orchestra features selections from crowd pleasing contemporary favorites to complicated classical pieces which highlight the technical abilities of these advanced musicians.  To learn more about the East Bay Summer Wind Ensemble visit them at

This Concert is sponsored by: TBD

6:30 p.m. –  Trinity

Trinity is comprised of four musicians specializing in performing a tribute to the music and talent to one of the first “super groups” ever formed – Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. Playing all the CSNY classics, along with songs from the individual members catalogs, they will transport you back to a time when musical harmonies and lyrics mattered, back to the golden age of classic rock. With a multimedia show including period video, soaring vocal harmonies, intricate fingerstyle guitar work, driving rhythm guitar, electronic hand percussion and fluid bass lines make Trinity a powerhouse unlike any other act of its kind, a show to behold. Featuring Joe Caron, Fred Komiega, Eric Komiega and Eric Leffingwell. Trinity, in a class all its own.

7:45 p.m. –  Roomful of Blues

For the last 50 Years Roomful of Blues has become legendary in the Blues World.
Roomful has toured the world and recorded over 25 albums. With five Grammy nominations and a slew of music awards and accolades Roomful has become a recognized leader in their genre.

“In a class by itself . . ..” —Down Beat “. . . irresistible on the dance floor. —Mademoiselle

“If you are afflicted with podomotophobia—the fear of tapping your feet—stay clear of this band.” —People

“[They are] the baddest big blues band in the land.” —Boston Herald

“Roomful of Blues blows ’em out of the door . . . the hottest, most solid and wonderfully entertaining band of its type around.”
—San Francisco Examiner

“Roomful of Blues gave an object lesson in how to tackle modern blues with traditional swing and verve.” —The Times, London

“They were absolutely great!” —Drew Carey (after Roomful of Blues played a season-ending wrap party for his TV series

This Concert is sponsored by: TBD

7:00 p.m. – Kelley Lennon Band

The Kelley Lennon Band is considered to be one of New England’s finest bands. Their music ranges from the 50’s to the latest in Hip Hop. The band performs an incredible variety of live music at wedding receptions, parties, and corporate events throughout the Northeast. Their magic is well known throughout the New England area for nonstop party music and has long been recognized as the“Premier Party Band”.

This Concert is sponsored by: TBD

6:30 p.m. –  Rendition

Rendition is an Acoustic/Electric trio who’s strength is putting their own spin on a wide range of great songs with big harmonies that will astound you.  Music from the 60’s to the present is featured in a laid back acoustic/electric format that will have you stomping your feet and clapping your hands. Rendition is very popular on the local club scene, and will delight audiences of all ages.

7:45 p.m. – Eight to the Bar

Drawing its musical influences from American roots music — swing, boogie-woogie, and Motown, Eight to the Bar is known for its outstanding instrumentalists and sophisticated musical and vocal arrangements, highlighted by female vocals.

With the support of independently produced CDs and videos, Eight to the Bar has cultivated a large, enthusiastic following that has put them in clubs from Maine to Miami as well as Europe and the Caribbean. Their rigorous touring schedule has included opening spots for Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Manhattan Transfer, Robert Cray, the late Roy Orbison and Ray Charles, several European tours, and most recently, a tour of the Republic of Georgia at the invitation of the U.S. Embassy located there.

This Concert is sponsored by: TBD

6:30 p.m. – Eddie & The Exciters

Eddie & the Exciters, consists of lead singer Eddie Fonseca, keyboard player Roger Thibault, lead guitarist and vocalist David Jacobs and Tommy Souza, bass guitar player and vocalist, drummer Earl Fox and plays music from the 1950s, ’60s and early ’70s. The band covers songs from bands like The Beatles, Gerry and the Pacemakers, The Temptations, Bob Seger and Grand Funk Railroad.

“This band is doing very well,” Fonseca said. “This is a great band. This is one of the best bands I’ve ever been in and everyone agrees.” & the Exciters

7:45 p.m. – Detroit Breakdown

Detroit Breakdown is a high energy group playing music that is specifically tailored to keep the audience up on their feet.  Formed in September  of 2008, the band plays cover and original music that blends infectious grooves from a vast array of genres and artists that the band members interpret in their own way, leading to a common thread connecting each song in a natural, yet unique way.  The band is comprised of lead vocalist Paul Petit, guitarist Scott Cioe, Bassist Richard Roussel, Keyboardist Richard Jiacovelli and Drummer and Bristol native, Billy Donohue. Together with sound man Russ Peck, this veteran local act has a combined 170 years in the music business!

This Concert is sponsored by: TBD

6:30 p.m. – Sirsy

SIRSY is a rock and soul duo with lots of pop sensibility  and just the right amount of sass. The Boston Globe sums it up, “Little band. Big Sound.” No more needs to be said. Although the only thing “little” about Sirsy is that there’s just two of them. The rest is bigger than a T-Rex.

Close your eyes and listen to the power and heart in their music and you’ll swear there’s more than two people on stage. It’s crank up the volume, sing along at the top of your lungs music.

Both Mel and Rich have theater backgrounds. So, their energetic live show often includes stories and laughter from the stage. Although the lyrics can be introspective and the power of Sirsy can get pretty intense, “there is no sadness there”, Mel says. On stage they radiate joy. “It’s just us being free and playing music…”

SIRSY is currently hard at work writing new songs for a follow-up to their latest EP “Sketches and Ghosts” and their most recent full-length offering, “Coming into Frame”. “Coming into Frame” was produced by Grammy-winners, Paul Kolderie & Sean Slade (Radiohead, Hole, Dresden Dolls, Pixies). SIRSY’s song “Cannonball” was featured on the hit tv show “Shameless” (on Showtime). Their music video for “Lionheart” was in rotation on MTVu and their song “Revolution” was the theme song for a PBS documentary “So Right, So Smart”. (The music video for ‘Revolution’ was also in rotation on HBO).

7:45 p.m. – Ronstadt Revue

Gesenia Erolin  first conceived this project back in early 2016. She felt a void out there with regard to the music of Linda Ronstadt, and wanted to fill it with something very special. Gesenia spent almost an entire year searching for just the right musicians to fully showcase Linda’s music, from country rock to mariachi to big band to pop rock. And the result of her efforts is Ronstadt Revue — the world’s finest Linda Ronstadt tribute show.

Each member of the band is a seasoned, talented musician fully dedicated to recreating the sounds and vibe of a Linda Ronstadt live performance from back in the day. But of course, no Ronstadt tribute band can work without “that voice”. And if you close your eyes, Gesenia will have you believing that Linda really is with us on the stage. It is amazing!

We hope you will come out and see for yourself.

This Concert is sponsored by: TBD

6:30 p.m. –  Trinity

Trinity is comprised of four musicians specializing in performing a tribute to the music and talent to one of the first “super groups” ever formed – Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. Playing all the CSNY classics, along with songs from the individual members catalogs, they will transport you back to a time when musical harmonies and lyrics mattered, back to the golden age of classic rock. With a multimedia show including period video, soaring vocal harmonies, intricate fingerstyle guitar work, driving rhythm guitar, electronic hand percussion and fluid bass lines make Trinity a powerhouse unlike any other act of its kind, a show to behold. Featuring Joe Caron, Fred Komiega, Eric Komiega and Eric Leffingwell. Trinity, in a class all its own.

7:45 p.m. – The World Premier Band

When true musicians of multiple backgrounds and talent come together, the music becomes a wall of sound that no jam session could ever produce.  Audiences inspire the musicians to reach beyond the dimensions of their abilities to satisfy the listener.  This is The World Premier Band – musicians with endless imaginations seeding the music of the 90’s and Today with Funk, Dance, Originals, and R&B.  Multiple vocalists, choreographed stage moves, and Boston’s finest musicians present a performance not to be missed.

This Concert is sponsored by: TBD

6:30 p.m. – Emily Luther Band

New England born and raised, Emily Luther started a career in music at the age of nine. By the age of eleven, she had already started working in professional theatre and taking private vocal instruction. Even at a young age she fell in love with performing and studied with various coaches specializing in voice performance. After high school, she attended the prestigious Berklee College of Music majoring in Vocal Performance & Music Therapy. Her career then blossomed as a professional singer, model and actress.

Luther’s career while at Berklee did not go unnoticed. At the age of 19, she released a cover of Adele’s, “Someone Like You” with fellow Berklee Alumni, Charlie Puth. After becoming a viral hit, talk show mogul Ellen Degeneres invited the singers to perform on her syndicated TV show. After a surprise signing to her record label, eleveneleven, Luther also signed a publishing deal with Universal Music Publishing Group.

Luther is best known for versatility as a contemporary vocalist. Her vocal tone and powerhouse vocal abilities have given her the ability to cross genres effortlessly. She has shared the stage with vocal greats like Dionne Warwick, Yolanda Adams, and has even offered vocals for the Grammy Foundation.

After taking time away from mainstream music, Luther decided to experiment with a Contemporary Pop/Jazz sound and audition for the NBC hit, “The Voice.” After a soulful performance of the classic, “Summertime,” Luther managed to get a three chair turn and began her journey with Team Adam Levine.

Her success on the show has given Luther to opportunity to continue sharing her unique sound and has created an enthusiastic buzz world-wide as an artist moving her way down a “classic,sophisticated, yet fresh sound.”

7:45 p.m. – Songs in the Attic

Songs In The Attic is a musical tribute conceived and presented with a tremendous amount of detail and affection for the material of Billy Joel.  Formed in 2011 by Long Island veteran singer/piano player David Clark, Songs In The Attic has performed for thousands of people at the Jones Beach Boardwalk Bandshell, the Neconset Gazebo summer concert series, and numerous venues throughout the Northeast..  With many incredible New York musicians, this show is a stunningly accurate recreation of the “Piano Man” himself.

This Concert is sponsored by: TBD

6:30 p.m. – Airplay

Making its second appearance at the Concert Series, Airplay is an accomplished band featuring an eclectic mix of material from originals to covers.  Featuring diversified instrumentation including fiddle, ukulele, guitar, bass, drums and keyboards, Airplay will please audiences of all musical tastes.  www.facebook/

7:45 p.m. – Sambita

Unbelievable musicianship for all different styles of music, from authentic Latin to mainstream American and back again, all in one night…

Sambita combines music from all around the world with the professionalism that comes with 25 years of performance. An amazing repertoire that pleases any crowd, Sambita is dedicated to the authenticity of the multiple music styles they play. From the large range of Latin-American to traditional Jewish Klezmer to folkloric cultural music, Sambita is the one band who can play it all. Not only does this band please everyone with specific styles of music from around the world but they can dive right into American popular for total diversity.

From the Governor’s Ball in Massachusetts to the Stages all over the World, Sambita is not to be missed.

This Concert is sponsored by: TBD

7:00 p.m. – Changes in Latitudes

Changes In Latitudes is the country’s premier tribute show to the Mayor of Margaritaville, Jimmy Buffett.  This nationally acclaimed band travels the country with beach balls flying, dancing conga lines, and “Trop Rock” for all.  It’s the ultimate beach party that’s good clean fun for all ages.  Throughout its ten year history, the band has traveled from Maine to Barbados, and Cape Cod to Chicago.  From the Walt Disney Theaters aboard the Disney Cruise ships to the National Hamburger Festival in Ohio, Changes In Latitudes has thrilled audiences with an amazingly authentic reproduction of the Jimmy Buffett concert experience.  Don your Parrothead gear and come to Bristol’s  “Island of Margaritaville”

This Concert is sponsored by: TBD

Fireworks about 9:30 p.m.