Black and White blues Sunday
Summer Music in Jamestown continues for the 2007 season at East Ferry Memorial Square this Sunday, July 15, featuring the three-piece swing, blues, 50s rock band, Black and White. Beginning at 6:30 p.m., Black and White will take the stage for a set of cool rhythm and blues. One of Rhode Island's busiest working bands, Black and White has headlined venues throughout the East Coast and had the honor of performing at the prestigious Boston Blues Festival. Starting out as a quartet in 1990, the band became a trio in 1995 and began to hit its stride, focusing on a concentrated, punchy and swinging blues style. Over the years, they have shared billing with such legendary and eclectic acts as Bo Diddley, Southside Johnny, G.E. Smith, Junior Wells, Buckwheat Zydeco, Rick Derringer, .38 Special, Duke Robillard and Dr. Hook. Black and White features Don DiMuccio on drums, Jason James on guitar and Kevin Martin on bass.
Bring blankets or chairs and enjoy this special concert. Admission is free.
This show is sponsored by the Jamestown Parks and Recreation Department. In case of rain, the show will be held at the recreation center across the street.