LAKE MERIDIAN CHARMED WITH SULTRY FIDDLE AND CHARISMATIC HARMONIES
KENT, Wash. – July 6, 2005 – The sultry and irresistible tunes of Rani Arbo and Daisy Mayhem soundtrack Kent’s “Thursdays at the Lake” on July 21. Classic western swing, vintage pop, country blues, and the band’s own original and clever refrains are certain to allure crowds. This summer’s five “Thursdays at the Lake” concerts take place at Lake Meridian Park, 14800 S.E. 272nd Street, at 7 p.m.
The recipe for Rani Arbo and Daisy Mayhem’s sound is composed of a fiddle, a guitar, a standup base, and an ex-rock and zydeco drummer playing a cardboard box with a suitcase bass drum and tin can cymbals. Add a dash of Rani Arbo's expressive alto, a pinch of seamless four-part harmony, a splash of banjo, and a smidgen of ukulele and what you get is four players who share an irresistible chemistry on stage. This is a young, hip, crackerjack string band in love with American music and held together by superb musicianship.
“Thursdays at the Lake”, like all of Kent Parks’ summer concerts, are free to the public. For more information on the Summer Concert Series and other cultural events, please call (253) 856-5050 or visit www.ci.kent.wa.us/artsentertainment. The Summer Concert Series is presented by Kent Parks, Recreation and Community Services and the Kent Arts Commission.
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