July 8, 2016 7:30 pm
Cottell Park 5847 Irwin-Simpson Road Mason, OH 45040
The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra’s Boogie Band (studio orchestra) will perform in Cottell Park for the first time with a multi-generational appealing concert spanning 50 years of popular music of all generations and genres — think The Beatles to Bruno Mars. The Billboard Top-40 charts of the last 50 years reveal many great country, pop, rock, R&B, soul, Latin, funk, disco, rap and jazz influenced artists, sounds and songs.
The KSO “Boogie Band” was formed in 1999 to allow audiences to relive their younger days by singing along or dancing to their music.
Join Music Director James Cassidy and the KSO’s Boogie Band, Friday, July 8 at 7:30 p.m. in at Cottell Park —5847 Irwin-Simpson Road Mason, OH 45040. Bring blankets or lawn chairs. Picnics are welcome.
Musically, there will be something for everyone including the alphabet generations. Baby Boomers will recall Nancy Sinatra, The Beatles and Peter Paul & Mary, while the sound of Gen-X included Barry Manilow to Sister Sledge. Gen-Y gets to claim Madonna and the B-52s, while Gen-Z boasts the likes of Marky Mark and Gretchen Wilson. The Millennials can take credit for the popularity of Taylor Swift and Bruno Mars.
For the complete play-list, click here.
Free admission and parking. For more information, visit the the-arts-alliance.org Celebrating The Art Alliance’s 10th anniversary!