Denver, CO, April 26, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Oakwood Homes presents its annual free Summer Concert Series at the Green Valley Ranch Amphitheater, 4890 Argonne Way, Denver. Concerts begin Thursday, July 4 and then run four consecutive Wednesdays, beginning July 10. The July 4th event features the ever popular Chase ‘N The Dream and begins at 8 p.m. All Wednesday shows begin at 7 p.m. and run until 8:30 p.m.
The Summer Concert Series is presented and sponsored by Oakwood Homes as a contribution to enhance quality of life in the community. Additional concert information is available online, including directions to the Amphitheater at: http://www.skylineusa.com/oakwood_concert_series.asp.
Concerts are subject to rescheduling in the event of rain. For updated schedule information, call Skyline at 303-595-8747 x 3 or check online.
Plenty of free parking is available next to the amphitheater and in the Oakwood Homes parking lot located at 4908 Tower Rd., Denver.
Guests may bring a picnic dinner and soft drinks in cans or plastic bottles. Pets and barbecue grills are not permitted at the amphitheater on concert days. No alcoholic beverages are permitted at the amphitheater in accordance with Denver City Park ordinances.
2013 Oakwood Homes Summer Concerts
July 4th Concert, Thursday, 8-9:30 p.m.
Chase 'n The Dream, Motown, R & B, Dance Music
Michael “Chase” Pittman has performed in the US, Europe and Asia over the past 25 years. Chase has opened for many national acts such as the Ohio Players, Jennifer Holiday, the Chi-Lites, Stephanie Mills, Kool and the Gang and others. Chase projects a high-energy stage presence that appeals to a range of ages. The band’s repertoire includes vocal-oriented favorites covering R&B, Motown, dance, reggae, jazz, pop and blues. A spectacular fireworks show choreographed to music follows the concert. More info and audio clips:
Wednesday Night Concert Series. All shows 7-8:30 p.m.
July 10 Steve Thomas Band, Rock Hits of the 1980s
When Steve Thomas begins to sing, it’s not uncommon to hear someone say, “How does he hit those notes?” He has an amazingly high and powerful range, and it gives Steve a strong connection with his audience. Listeners have compared his voice to Steve Perry of Journey, Sting of The Police, Lou Gramm of Foreigner, Steve Walsh of Kansas, Mickey Thomas of Jefferson Starship, and other great high tenors of rock, yet, Steve's voice is uniquely his own. No one does the rock greats of the 1980s like Steve Thomas.
July 17 Face—The all vocal Rock band
Face is an all-vocal rock band with a full range of sounds including vocal percussion or “beat-box,” with memorable rock, pop, funk and upbeat jazz styling. Listeners have been astonished by the way the members of Face use their voices to replace instruments. You’ll be amazed! More info:
July 24 Tunisia Funk, R&B, Motown, Hip Hop
Tunisia is possibly the best old-school Funk and R&B band in the Front Range. Tunisia is 10 members strong with three lead vocalists, a blazing horn section and a playlist of over 100 songs that includes dance favorites, hits from Earth Wind and Fire, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Motown greats, and a Hip Hop set. More info:
July 31 Brad Lee Schroeder, Country Rock and Country
Brad Lee Schroeder developed a deep appreciation for country music after performing mostly rock for the first 10 years of his career. His concerts are an appealing fusion of the two genres and also include elements of soul and gospel. Brad brings fresh energy to country rock with a strong appeal to a range of audiences. More information:
Produced by Skyline Talent & Events, Inc.
Mobile site for concert updates: http://www.skylineusa.com/mobile/index.html