2018 Concert on the Green Series
FREE performances on the Back Lawn of the Bryn Du Mansion, 573 Jones Road, Granville (if rain – held in the Granville High School Theater). Concerts will start at 6:30PM and will be a 90 minute set with no intermission. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and picnics. Performances may not be taped without the explicit permission of the artists. These concerts are facilitated by Granville Recreation District and are made possible through the cooperation of the Bryn Du Mansion.
Special thanks to Village of Granville, Bryn Du Commission, and Granville Kiwanis.
Concerts on the Green Lineup Schedule:
Brass Tracks – Sunday June 24 (Genre: R&B of the 60s, 70s, 80s)
BTB is a high energy 8 piece horn band from Southwest Ohio. Step back in time as BTB pays tribute to all the great hits from bands like Chicago, Earth Wind & Fire, Blood Sweat & Tears, Tower of Power and many others. Nothing gets a crowd jumping like the horn-driven rock ‘n’ roll, R & B, and Funk sound of BTB.
The Brass Tracks Band will make you wanna get up off your brASS and dance!
Food Truck: Poppys Roadside Diner
Saved By The 90s – Sunday July 8 (Genre: 90s Cover Band)
Saved by the 90s is a national sensation that is bringing back the 90s with a huge interactive party, featuring a live 90s cover band that will blow your socks off!
Food Truck: Mai Chau
Nu-Blu – Sunday July 22 (Bluegrass)
Hailing from Siler City, NC, the textbook definition of a picturesque small southern town, Nu-Blu’s heart and soul is husband-and-wife duo Daniel and Carolyn Routh. Carolyn’s caramel-coated soprano is one of the band’s defining traits, at times a tender lullaby, at times a freight train headed straight for you, but always unwinding a surprising tale. Daniel is the group’s backbone, a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist who also handles band management. TJ Honaker on vocals and banjo, and Clint White on fiddle/mandolin round out the quartet’s warm, layered, American roots sound. Together they deliver upbeat, blazing-fingers pick work just as well as gentle, heartwarming ballads, and they do it all with a natural togetherness that can’t be faked, forged over hundreds of shows on the road.
Food Truck: Bo Jo’s Southern Eats
Adelee & Gentry – Sunday August 5 (Alternative Pop/Rock)
Sisters Adelee and Gentry have been singing and performing as a duo for the past five years in and around their hometown of West Alexandria, Ohio. These sisters of harmony have gone from being “just” small town girls to rising stars on the Nashville scene.
Food Truck: Aloha Streatery
Reaganomics – Sunday August 19 (Genre: 80s Rock)
If rock music of the seventies was a statement of excess and overproduction, eighties rock only furthered those excesses. The best example of this musical trend was eighties New Wave, which was essentially modernized seventies Disco. New Wave, however, encompassed a wider range than the dance music that proceeded it. The Fixx and Duran Duran were prime examples of groups that had wide appeal and received substantial airplay on MTV.
The Reaganomics are the midwest’s most exciting 80’s dance and party band. Based in Columbus, Ohio, The Reaganomics have become the area’s most electrifying eighties show. With the release of their latest CD, “Ten,” The Reaganomics have truly become the “must-see” act in the region.
Food Truck: Steamroller Bagel
Restrooms are available in the Carriage House. If inclement weather causes a performance to be moved indoors, it will be held at the Granville High School Theater, and notification will be provided on the GRD website at www.granvillerec.org. Concerts are produced by the Granville Recreation District.