Categories: General Date: Sep 17, 2011 Title: Jon & Carrie featured again in Bookmarks MagazineJon & Carrie will be bringing a band and performing kid's songs for Frederick's own Music On The Terrace event. This year, on its tenth anniversary, Music On The Terrace is bigger and better than ever - with a new location at the Carroll Creek Park Amphitheater across the creek from the C. Burr Artz Public Library, and five Fridays of free live concerts.
Music on the Terrace
Celebrating Ten Tuneful Years
(see page 4)
This year, on its tenth anniversary, Music on the Terrace is bigger and better than ever—with a new location and five Fridays of free live concerts. To celebrate a decade of success, Music on the Terrace will take place at the Carroll Creek Park Amphitheater across the creek from the C. Burr Artz Public Library. Concerts begin at 11:30 am and end at 1:30 pm, with Rita’s Italian Ice providing complimentary sweet treats. Brewer’s Alley joins in the fun this year with light lunch fare for sale to concert-goers. Of course, you’re welcome to bring your own picnic and a blanket—or just come out and enjoy the tunes on a fall afternoon.
September 2 – Mary Ann Redmond
This Washington-based singer/songwriter has wow power, and plenty of it.
Winner of 14 WAMMIES for her soul-stirring blues, jazz, and roots rock,
she’s in a league of her own.
September 9 – The Blue Rhythm Boys
Tom Mitchell and Jim Stephanson (vocal, guitar), Vince McCool (trumpet),
and John Previti (upright bass) bring authenticity and originality to their own
smoky mix of hot jazz, hokum, and country blues.
September 16 – King Teddy
This award-winning, Washington-area band delivers a lively dose of
1940s-inspired music. It’s swing for the modern age!
September 23 – Mr. Jon and Friends
Jon Lewis (known as Mr. Jon to his FCPL fans) and his band perform lively,
kid-pleasing music on Fair Day (Frederick County Public Schools closed).
September 30 – Kelly Bell Band
Music on the Terrace wraps up with the big bold blues sound of this popular
Baltimore-area band—voted “Best Blues Band” in the mid-Atlantic region
for 12 years in a row.
Music on the Terrace is open to all ages. Concerts will move indoors in the event of rain. For details, call 301-600-1629 or visit fcpl.org. And check this link out for more press about this event - http://www.fcpl.org/information/programs/terrace.htm