Tomorrow evening at 6:00 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Madison Downtown Development Commission and Museum of Early Trade & Crafts (METC) Concert Series, The Zaire Band will be performing in front of METC’s building on 9 Main Street in Madison, NJ.
The Zaire Band is known for playing its own rendition of cool country music classics and today’s best from the popular music genre.
Next, on Friday, August 7th, Jumping The Gun will be hitting the stage to play classic rock tunes from the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Tom Petty, NJ’s Bruce Springsteen and more.
For a sweet change of pace, on Friday, August 21st, Orquesta Los Nueve Del Sabor, comprised of salsa music artists from the NY/NJ area, will be bringing its high-energy, Latin rhythms to the region for a night of classic salsa, merengue and Cumbia (a Colombian folk dance and dance music) hits.
On Friday, August 28th, House of Hamill, a Celtic group from Philadelphia, will be brandishing their fiddles and violins for an evening of foot-stomping, joyful music.
Check out this amazing rendition of Guns N’ Roses Sweet Child of Mine.
The final performance in the concert series features Madison-based rock n’ roll band What’s What.
What’s What jams out to up-beat rock music from the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s, playing the likes of Val Halen, Tom Petty, Cheap Tricks, and others.
Last Friday, Mama D & the Vexations rocked the crowd with its own brand of eclectic music.
Note: You must wear face coverings and practice social-distancing of six-feet or more. Also, it’s strongly advised that you bring hand sanitizer for adding protection.
— Jerry Del Priore
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