Just Yoga at 6pm
Start the evening with music lover and yoga therapist Rachel for a fun practice inspired by folk music.
You don’t need to know yoga, just be a lover of good music and great vibes.
Bring your own mat and water bottle for yoga.
Yoga with Rachel starts at 6pm.
Stay and let the good times continue to roll with music by the Kenn Morr Band. Music will start at 7:30.
The Kenn Morr Band: World Class Music From a Town You Haven’t Heard Of
The Kenn Morr Band is on a roll in 2018, pleased to be performing in support of its latest release, “Along the Way featuring ten new songs penned by Morr highlighted by the cohesive playing of the Kenn Morr Band.
The result is an organic collection of lush three-part vocal harmonies and sparkling instruments—real musicians playing soulful music in real time. United Kingdom’s Folk Word states: “The latest album from The Kenn Morr Band, ‘Along The Way’ serves up a selection of laid-back warmth, involving softly embracing songs and pin-sharp observational lyrics.” Album of the Day’s Larry Carta wrote: “This album deserves passion buckets of compliments. It’s that good.”
Kenn’s 2003 album “New Moon Rising” was produced by legendary producer Bob Johnston (Dylan, Cash, Simon & Garfunkel, Leonard Cohen and many others.) The experience of working with Johnston greatly influenced Kenn to continue to write and produce honest and pure music. “Along the Way” is Kenn Morr’s sixth album since the Johnston collaboration.
Growing up on Long Island, Kenn was inspired by such lyric and melody-minded acts as Gordon Lightfoot, Simon and Garfunkel, Graham Nash, and Jackson Browne. Rex Fowler of Aztec Two-Step became his friend and supporter. The KMB enthralls audiences of all sizes, from intimate coffeehouses to the stages of venues as demanding as the famed Bitter End in New York City and the International Festival of Arts and Ideas on the New Haven Green.
The Kenn Morr Band features violin virtuoso and multi-instrumentalist Tom Hagymasi and melodic bassist/vocalist Pat Ryan, a graduate of the Berklee College of Music. Known for its close three-part vocal harmonies and fiery instrumental interplay, the group has been together for many years, becoming fast favorites on the outdoor festival scene and often features noted drummer Tido Holtkamp. They’ve paid dues of every kind and played gigs of every stripe, along the way sharing the stage with artists like John Sebastian, Al Kooper, Eric Burdon, and John Wesley Harding.
With airplay across the country and in Europe (where KMB music gets played in England, Italy, Spain, Belgium, and the Netherlands, among other countries), “Along the Way” is set to bring the Kenn Morr sound to many new listeners.
Just Music at 7:30