RYE, N.Y. -- Billy and the Showmen will perform a concert at Rye Town Park on Tuesday, July 19, as part of the park’s Twilight Tuesdays concert series.
The concert will held be at the park’s south pavilion, by the beach near the Dearborn Avenue entrance to the park.
Admission is free; parking at Rye Town Park after 4 p.m. will be will be $5, $4 for resident permit holders and free for senior permit holders.
Some seating will be available, but guests are encouraged to bring blankets or beach chairs. Dining and takeout will be available at the nearby Seaside Johnnie’s Restaurant.Billy and the Showmen was founded by guitarist Billy Frenz and is based in Greenwich, Conn. The band has earned its reputation as one of the most enduring rhythm and blues bands. The revue features the soulful vocals, along with a strong horn section and a tight rhythm section.
The 11-piece band includes John Caminiti (drums); Rocky Fidelibus (bass); Grian Curley (keyboards); John Serio and Scott Harper (sax); Billy Losier (trumpet); Bobby Carlson (trombone); Jerry Mall (percussion), along with several vocalists.
This will be the fifth of seven free concerts that will be held at Rye Town Park on Tuesdays in July and August. The concert series is sponsored in part by G. Griffin Wine and Spirits.
For additional information, call Rye Town Park at 914-967-0965 or visit the park’s website: www.ryetownpark.org.
The concert will be from 7:30-9 p.m.
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