Lowell Summer Music Series ~ Opening with Amos Lee


The Lowell Summer Music Series 2014 is celebrating its 25th year of musical presentations in Boardinghouse Park – a premier setting for outdoor concerts in Historic Downtown Lowell. The series is presented by collaboration of the Lowell National Historical Park and the Lowell Festival Foundation.  It’s blues, rock, folk, celtic, reggae and roots – in musical concert outdoors under the stars!

The series open in late June with Amos Lee and his band who will perform on Saturday, June 21, 2014 at 7:30pm ~ those tickets are now available ~ they went on sale today.  You can order on-line and no service fee will be charged. All information about tickets, purchasing and season passes can be accessed here: http://www.lowellsummermusic.org/page.php?wpage=root/ticketinfo.htm

More about singer-songwriter Amos Lee ~

“Taking inspiration from soul greats Stevie Wonder and Bill Withers and folk legends John Prine and Dave Van Ronk, Amos Lee directs his music with a spirit and presence rooted in American tradition. Amos delivers a unique brand of folk-soul music that aims to unite, uplift, and inspire. The “folk” side is reflected in his nimble acoustic guitar playing and the intimacy of his live performances. The “soul” strain comes through in the engaging song-poetry of his lyrics and in what the Philadelphia Inquirer described as his “easygoing voice” and “raw, unedited emotion.”

Since his debut in 2004, he has released five albums generating a series of hits: “Keep it Loose, Keep it Tight,” “I’ve Seen It All Before,” “Arms of a Woman,” “Won’t Let Me Go,” “Shout Out Loud,” and more recently “Windows Are Rolled Down,” “Flower” and “The Man Who Wants You.”

Learn more in Ed Hannon’s article in the Lowell Sun ~  http://www.lowellsun.com/news/ci_25197905/amos-lee-launch-lowell-summer-music-series

Already announced is the appearance of New Orleans own Trombone Shorty and his Orleans Avenue band who will appear on July 10th.  Trombone Shorty is equally adept on trombone and trumpet. A product of New Orleans’ culturally rich Treme neighborhood, Trombone Shorty was a bandleader by the age of six. Check his video here as they appear on Austin City Limits ~  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRFgAHBFujc

We will keep readers informed as more Lowell Summer Music Series performers and programs are announced! For complete information about the series, the venue, sponsors and the “kids program” check out the official website here ~http://www.lowellsummermusic.org/page.php?wpage=home/home.htm