Music in the Park -Truckee Amphitheater to feature Groove Foundry, August 16, 2017
Music in the Park 2017 continues with our local favorite Groove Foundry returning to the delight of all their fans, new and old! Sure to bring out a huge crowd, get there early to get a prime spot. Bring your food and drinks and enjoy this beautiful venue while you wait to dance your meal off.
The 'Salty Gebhardt" Amphitheater at the Regional Park is family friendly, but no dogs or smoking allowed. This free concert series is a popular summer activity, and when Groove Foundry brings their special chemistry to the venue it is sure to be a special evening.
The band is known for their dance-able funk and jazz, performed with energy and enthusiasm and a true love for their art. The horn section is made up of Tenor Sax Todd Mather, beautiful Jen Campbell on Trumpet, and stylish Brian 'Nak" Nakagawa on Trombone. Barry Slayton and Issac Freed are true artists on the Guitar and Bass, and Bill Heise rocks the drums. Brian Silverman is a showman on the organ, and Glenn Campbell's deep and heartfelt vocals round out an eclectic and accomplished group of musicians. https://www.reverbnation.com/groovefoundry
We feature this band frequently, as not only are they a favorite group, but amazing and talented individuals off the stage, as well as good friends. They also put a significant amount of time and energy into bringing as many performances as possible to the Tahoe-Truckee and Reno areas. Come and see them and you will be a fan for life!
More information on the venue can be found at http://www.tdrpd.org/100-events/307-music-in-the-park-2017.html
You can view a video from a recent concert at the Beacon, where they will be performing again on August 31st, at https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=laketahoeg+groove+foundry