Y3K Rocks the Trolley Center
What? Aren’t we still in the 21st Century? Did we time-travel to the year 3001? Is all the technology going to crash again?
Rockin' Out with Y3K
At ease, friends. Y3K isn’t some new millenium virus for your computer. What Y3K happens to be is one hot dance band that just played at the weekly Summer Concert at Trolley Center last Thursday. This is a high-energy band that really enjoys getting people up and on their feet, and the crowd was more than happy to oblige.
The band has been around for about 9 years now, and has played at quite a range of venues, including the San Diego Marathon, Seaport Village, Humphrey’s Resort, and Dick’s Last Resort.
Miss Santee Teen Lizzie Lingasin Rockin' with Y3K
Y3K is made up of five talented individuals, mixing vocals, keyboard, guitar, and various forms of percussion as they cover top hits of the last few decades. You can find out more at their website: Y3K, San Diego’s Modern Dance Band.
Andi Judge – Vocals and Interpretive Dance
Ed Been – Guitar and Vocals
John Weber – Keyboard and Vocals
Preacher – Vocals and Percussion
Rocko – Drums
The last three Summer Concerts will be:
August 14: The Cat-illacs (Rock-and-Roll from the 50s – 90s)
August 21: Bayou Brothers (Zydeco)
August 28: 80z All Stars (Rocking Hits of the 80s)
All concerts run from 6:30 to 8:00, and best of all they’re FREE! Be sure to get there early if you want a table or the best spot for your folding chairs.