Coal Town Rounders to perform in Lakeside Wednesday Concert Series July 6 at Hillside Park


For Abington Journal



The Coal Town Rounders will perform at 6 p.m. July 6 at Hillside Park for the third show in this year’s free Lakeside Wednesday Concert Series.


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    Concert schedule

    All shows are held from 6 p.m. to dusk, rain or shine, at the pavilion at Hillside Park on Winola Road, South Abington Township. Canoeing and food is available. Admission is free and canned good donations will be collected for the Dalton Food Pantry.

    June 29: Luongo Bros Band

    July 6: Coal Town Rounders

    July 13: Doug Smith Band

    July 20: Village Idiots

    July 27: Von Storch Quartet

    Aug. 3: Music For Models

    Aug. 10: Brass and Ivory Orchestra with Chris Dematio

    Aug. 17: Senator John Blake and Lightweight

    Aug. 24: Rogue Chimp

    Aug. 31: Sassafrass

    SOUTH ABINGTON TWP. — The Coal Town Rounders will bring its bluegrass sounds to the Hillside Park stage at 6 p.m. July 6 for the third show in this year’s Lakeside Wednesday Concert Series, presented by the Abington Area Joint Recreation Board (AAJRB). Admission to the family-friendly event is free, thanks to volunteer management and sponsorship from local media organizations and businesses.

    The series opened on June 22 with The Exact Change band. The Luongo Brothers band is slated to continue the series at 6 p.m. June 29.

    NEPA-based quartet Coal Town Rounders has shared the stage with a range of nationally touring acts, including Emmy Lou Harris, Carolina Chocolate Drops, The Lumineers, The Grascals, and The Roys, and budding groups such as Cabinet, The Tillers, Wood and Wire and The Barefoot Movement.

    Grafting its passion for Appalachian music and harmony singing to 21st century sensibilities, the band makes its own moves in a genre that’s heavy on tradition. With a foundational repertoire of bluegrass material one might expect in a group twice their age, the band is poised to expand the reach and relevance of traditional music with its unique and hard-driving sound.

    The AAJRB has a variety of genres slated for the 11-week family-friendly series, which is unfolding throughout the summer – everything from indie, to jazz, to classics through the decades.

    The park, located on State Route 307 (Winola Road), adjacent to both Clarks Summit State Hospital and the Abington Senior Center, is handicapped-welcoming. Concert-goers should bring a picnic blanket or chair and are invited to stop by early to explore the walking trails and other park amenities. Attendees can bring a canned good donation for the Dalton Food Pantry and enjoy canoeing on the lake. Although tailgating is welcome, food will be available for purchase from concert vendors.

    For more information, follow Hillside Park on Facebook or visit hillsidepark.net.

    The Coal Town Rounders will perform at 6 p.m. July 6 at Hillside Park for the third show in this year’s free Lakeside Wednesday Concert Series.
    http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_ABJ-Coal-Town-Rounders.jpgThe Coal Town Rounders will perform at 6 p.m. July 6 at Hillside Park for the third show in this year’s free Lakeside Wednesday Concert Series. Submitted photo

    For Abington Journal

    Concert schedule

    All shows are held from 6 p.m. to dusk, rain or shine, at the pavilion at Hillside Park on Winola Road, South Abington Township. Canoeing and food is available. Admission is free and canned good donations will be collected for the Dalton Food Pantry.

    June 29: Luongo Bros Band

    July 6: Coal Town Rounders

    July 13: Doug Smith Band

    July 20: Village Idiots

    July 27: Von Storch Quartet

    Aug. 3: Music For Models

    Aug. 10: Brass and Ivory Orchestra with Chris Dematio

    Aug. 17: Senator John Blake and Lightweight

    Aug. 24: Rogue Chimp

    Aug. 31: Sassafrass

    Information provided by the Abington Area Joint Recreation Board.

    Information provided by the Abington Area Joint Recreation Board.

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