Parks coming to life in St Albans and Harpenden
MUSIC in the Parks continues on Sunday with a summer chill at Rothamsted Park in Harpenden. The afternoon will feature an eclectic mix of local acts, each renowned for their high quality live performances. ` Inspired by African jazz, Faultline play a mix
MUSIC in the Parks continues on Sunday with a summer chill at Rothamsted Park in Harpenden.
The afternoon will feature an eclectic mix of local acts, each renowned for their high quality live performances. `
Inspired by African jazz, Faultline play a mix of Latin, modern and fusion.
Clive Batkin and Gerald Roberts create jazz-folk guitar instrumentals and Harpenden-based songstress Abi Murray leads her Trilbees through a set of bluesey tunes with a funky edge. Small World - featuring members of Co-Jones - take on a selection of pop-rock classics imbued with a Latin sensibility.
The concert will run from 1.30pm to 5pm and admission is free.
Full details of forthcoming Music in the Parks events can be found at www.lemonrock.com/musicintheparks and www.myspace.com/saasharts.
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n This project is provided by St Albans City and District Council and managed by the Arts Team at St Albans Arts, Sport and Health - the development arm of Leisure Connection.