Last Thursday, August 21, the weekly Summer Concert featured the Bayou Brothers, a Zydeco band that sounds straight out of “N’awlins.”
This was the next-to-last concert of the summer, and people were more than ready to dance the night away. There was a whole lotta shakin’ going on down there with all that “musical gumbo” the group dished up. With a rocking mix of Zydeco, blues, R&B, and more, the band had something for just about every taste. Many of the members have been playing professionally for decades, and they bring a load of talent and experience to the stage. To learn more about the band, check out the Bayou Brothers website.
The Summer Concert Series has been a great draw for the Trolley Center, as well as a wonderful way for Santee residents to get out, mingle, have some fun, and meet new and old friends. All of the sponsors of the Series deserve a round of applause for helping to bring the great music to the community. I also want to give a “shout out” to the young women who have been there to welcome everyone and just generally add a little class to the evenings…
And any others I missed from the earlier concerts.
The final concert in the series will be Thursday, August 28, featuring 80Z All Stars.
The Bayou Brothers Are…
Tim Cash – Bass and Vocals
John Chambers – Accordian, Keyboards, and Vocals
Paul Kostellanos – Guitar and Vocals
Ric Lee – Drums and Percussion
Jessica Stull – Rubboard