Concert series to resume

July 02, 2006

The annual Month of Sundays free concert series returns today, featuring five musical acts from many genres.

Concerts will be held at 6:45 p.m. at Westminster City Park.

Co-sponsor Human Services Programs Inc. of Carroll County again requests donations of personal care items for all ages, baby food, diapers, formula, paper goods or cleaning supplies to help the homeless and low-income people.

The series features a "Best Seat in the House" drawing each week. Visitors can get a free ticket for the drawing that includes VIP seating, beverages, meeting the band, autographed band photograph and CD and a T-shirt.

The concert lineup is:

Today: Iron Ridge. This six-member band is dedicated to preserving old-time traditional bluegrass and original tunes with touches of light gospel. The group includes Denny Kopp on mandolin and fiddle; Jerry Leitner on rhythm guitar; Max Allison on bass and vocals; Jay Mosley on vocals and banjo; his son, Joey Mosley, 14, on guitar; and Jen Starsenic, 14, on fiddle.

The Street Cars of Desire will display cars at 5:30 p.m.

July 9: Mary Lou and the Untouchables. The group offers a blend of rhythm and blues, classic rock, and original tunes. Mary Lou Magee's voice covers rock from "Proud Mary" to James Brown's "I Feel Good." Her musicians play guitar, keyboards, trumpet, saxophone and drums.

July 16: Big Cam & the Lifters. The six-member band plays early oldies by the Drifters, Chuck Berry, the Temptations, and the Righteous Brothers, among others. The band is made up of lead singer Lorenzo T. Howard, bassist Teresa Moore, drummer Bill Gray, pianist Bob Grover, guitarist Sam Miller and saxophonist Earl Ross.

The Street Cars of Desire will display cars at 5:30 p.m.

July 23: The Reagan Years. These five veterans play sounds of the 1980s with a stage show in a party atmosphere of college and high school memories. Band members Andy Seyler, Karen Ellison, Michael Leigh, Lenny Everett and Glenn Riley sing the music of Joan Jett, Rick Springfield, Van Halen, the B-52s, Pat Benatar, Bon Jovi, Journey, Kenny Loggins, Madonna, the Bangles and Duran Duran.

July 30: Junkyard Saints. The seven-piece band with full horn section performs New Orleans-style party music, blending funk, swing, Latin, rhythm and blues with a bit of zydeco.

The Gold Wing Road Riders Association, Carroll County Chapter, will also display their touring motorcycles.

Information: 410-876-6639, 410-848-6962, 410-876-5407 or 410-386-2103.

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