Celebrate Father’s Day with The South Street Players

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Celebrate Father’s Day with the South Street Players as they perform at Crockett Park, part of the Brentwood Summer Concert Series. On Sunday, June 21st at 7:00 p.m. the band will take the stage to perform at the Eddy Arnold Amphitheater.

Pack a picnic, bring out the lawn chairs and allow dad to enjoy a nice relaxing evening listening to some great music. All concerts are free, and open to the public. And, you may want to pack those dancing shoes too, the area under the amphitheater fills with adults and children ready to dance the night away.

Each concert in the series features a different genre of music. The concert on Father’s Day is surely to please offering the sounds of the South Street Players. The six member band brings both vocal talent and instrumental expertise to the stage.

Crockett park concertSouth Street is synonymous with music in Nashville and the word is out: each musician in this band is definitely a Player. Together, their versatility is instantly apparent when listening to them blaze through a set list spanning five decades of hits. Their deep pocket renditions will please even the most critical ear while paying respect to the music that’s underscored our lives.

The members all have pedigrees bringing session and touring pros to meld with Nashville music scene favorites. The multi-talented Eric Bikales serves as Musical Director and resident Keyboard Wizard. Soul sister Rachel Rodriguez and young blood Jared Roberts front the band with genre crunching lead vocals driven by Larry Knight’s jousting guitar riffs. Anchoring this powerhouse ensemble is The Engine: Fred Satterfield (drums) and founding daddy, bassist Jim Roberts.

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On June 28th concert goers can enjoy the ever popular WannaBeatles. Fore the entire events calendar for the Summer Concert Series, visit City of Brentwood Events.  Make plans now to attend the July 4th Fireworks Celebration featuring the Kadillacs. The concert series closes out on Sunday, July 13th with Who’s Bad: Michael Jackson Tribute Band.


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