FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Sept. 21, 2016
For further information contact:
Community Relations Liaison
City of Kenosha
KENOSHA – The final concert of the 2016 Lincoln Park Live Music Series has been postponed from tonight to 6 p.m. Sept. 28. The concert – presented by the Mary Lou and Arthur F. Mahone Fund and the City of Kenosha– features the salsa sounds of Nabori in Kenosha’s historic Warren J. Taylor flower garden in Lincoln Park, located at 22nd Avenue and Martin Luther King Drive.
Lincoln Park Live is proudly supported by Herzing University, the Kenosha CommunityFoundation, UW-Parkside, Kenosha Creative Space and Casey Family Options. Parking is allowed on the north side of Martin Luther King Drive. Food, beer and wine will be available for purchase.
Since 2006 Naborí has remained true to its original mission; to create and perform original salsa in the tradition of the Salsa explosion of the 1970s. Naborí’s first production, released in 2008, “Historias Del Barrio,” captured the essence of classic salsa with eight original compositions drawn from the powerful stories found in the Latin American experience. “De
Nuevo En El Solar” released in 2013 is an eight-song recording displaying a higher level of musical sophistication by Nabori. The still powerful stories are now told over arrangements by the likes of pianist Andy Guzman (Mulenze) and Venezuelan pianist Willie Melo that underscore Nabori’s well thought out evolution. This album promises to fuel the band’s growth as a regional/national salsa powerhouse. Nabori has already been featured in regional venues such as The Chicago International Salsa Congress, The St. Louis Salsa Congress, and the electrifying Voodoo Lounge in Kansas City, MO.
For more information contact Karen Kaiser at 262.654.2412 or email@example.com and learn more at https://lincolnpark.live
“We want to close the music series together with long time, loyal Lincoln Park residents and the new arrivers who have come to the park this summer to discover a neighborhood revival”
(Kenosha, WI) As school children head back to class, bring on the drums! On September 14, from 6:00-8:00pm, Lincoln Park Live features its “Back to School Jazz and Drums Concert” hosting the Elite Striders Drill Team Drum Corp, our own Lincoln Middle School Jazz Band and the UW-Parkside Jazz Combo featuring Russ Johnson. This line up will contrast young aspiring jazz musicians with forceful rhythms that only drum lines can deliver.
And then on September 21—again from 6:00-8:00pm, the concluding concert brings to a close the summer season of top-notch live music and local cuisine.
Lincoln Park Live organizers and neighborhood residents extend a final invitation to the community to meet once more in the flower garden and draw down summer over farewells and promises to keep in touch.
This final concert will feature a “mash-up” of styles and genres such as Mt. Hebron Church of God In Christ Praise Team, Kal Bergandahl Project of Jazz, and Nabori—a closing act of salsa music sure to bring these new and old friends together on the dance floor.
See you then!
May 16, 2016
TO: Lincoln Park Live Steering Committee
FROM: City of Kenosha Commission on the Arts
The City of Kenosha Commission on the Arts would like to extend our support to your efforts as you move forward with your plans for Lincoln Park Live 2016. This is a great example of bringing arts and creativity into the lives of residents and youth, enriching communities and neighborhoods in Kenosha. We, acting as a City Commission, are glad to attend the events and promote the events through our respective networks to broaden the base of attendance and the reach of your programs. Continue reading City of Kenosha Commission on the Arts letter of support to Lincoln Park Live!
The Mary Lou and Arthur F. Mahone Fund, a component of the Kenosha Community Foundation, with support of Lincoln Neighborhood residents, community organizations and the City of Kenosha, are pleased to announce its upcoming concert series ‘Lincoln Park Live.’ This program of five free concerts, set for dates throughout July, August and September, is hosted in Kenosha’s historic Lincoln Park located west of 22nd Avenue at 70th Street.
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