Oceanside CA— The Concert in the Park on Friday was a great way to begin the weekend in Oceanside. The weather was outstanding for the large crowd on hand to listen to the Celtic band, Highland Way.
The show opened with music featuring the banjo picking of Jim Underwood and acoustic guitar of Dave Cavanaugh followed by Lola Hoop Darling and her magic with the hula hoops.
The Free Friday Concert in the Park series concludes with The JourneyMan Band takes the stage at Mance Buchanon Park, 425 College Blvd, on Friday August 7, 2015. Pre-show at 5:00pm and the JourneyMan Band from 6:00pm-8:00pm For more information, visit the Oceanside Parks and Rec website [Link]
The Summer Concert Series continues today, Sunday July 19 at Heritage Park, 4:00 to 6:00pm, with the music of ‘Bluegrass Brethren’. The group presents a unique blend of gospel, hymns and traditional instrumentals to their listeners. Bluegrass Brethren’s simple instrumental approach combined with heartfelt vocals and a fun loving stage presence make for an entertaining event. Best known for their own special brand of original gospel tunes rendered in a bluegrass music style, the group has delighted audiences of all ages since 1977. In 1980, their original composition “The Closet” became an instant hit among Bluegrass Brethren fans. It is, today, considered a classic. Their most recent album releases include “Complete” and the Hymns volume II: “Near the Cross”. Their music has received national and international radio airplay.
Below are some highlights from Friday evening.