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A Tribute To Rock & Pop Icons Of The 50's & 60's
Vocalist Janice D and the Workingman's Band perform a musical tribute to rock and pop icons of the 1950's and 1960's featuring songs from Patsy Cline, Peggy Lee, The Shirelles, Etta James and many more. No Cover Charge.
The band members include Tom Yates - guitar, Rick Maida - bass, Mike Avery - drums. www.myspace.com/workingmansband
Vocalist Janice "D" Dompke has been performing throughout New England since her arrival in Massachusetts from Wisconsin in 1999. She was quickly absorbed into the theatre community working with several of the established theatre companies and eventually directing and teaching classes for local theaters and schools.In 2003 she became the lead vocalist with a 50's and 60's dance band from Greenfield MA performing at the Mohegan Sun Casino, opening for the Del Vikings and Roy Orbison tribute artist, Brian McCullough. Janice also performs a tribute to one of the all-time greatest performing artists, Patsy Cline, as well as other women of rock'n roll and rockabilly.
But her heart and roots are in the ballads, standards and blues that surrounded her during her formative years. As a child, she would listen to old records on a broken player that her father showed her how to operate using a sewing needle and a rolled up piece of paper. And she still sings the songs her mother taught her, not 'itsy bitsy spider', but Blues in the Night, I Only Have Eyes For You and Sentimental Journey.
More About Concord's Colonial Inn
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Concord's Colonial Inn dates from 1716. The Inn is located in the center of historic Concord, a pleasant walk from the famous North Bridge, where colonial Minutemen faced down British redcoats in the first battle of the American Revolution on April 19, 1775. It is steps away from Concord's many unique and creative shops, historic and literary sites and fine dining.
Charming and historical decor are the hallmarks of Concord's Colonial Inn guest rooms, which feature authentic colonial antiques and reproductions, yet offer 21st century amenities such as high-speed Internet, private baths and HBO.
Dining at Concord's Colonial Inn ranges from the casual pub ambience of the Village Forge Tavern, which features live music for most of the nights, to fine dining at the Merchants Row and Liberty Restaurants. Warm days find locals and visitors alike flocking to the front portico for drinks and meals al fresco. Six function rooms are available for meetings and private dinners.