Keeney Koolers Concert Series

July 16 at 6:30 pm – Keeney Koolers Concert Series: Mass-Conn-Fusion

Mass-Conn-Fusion, with possibly the coolest band name ever, opens this year’s Keeney Koolers Concert Series. As the name suggests, Mass-Conn-Fusion draws its talent from both sides of the Massachusetts-Connecticut border. Founded by bassist James Healy at the UCONN Music Department, Mass-Conn-Fusion brings forty years of history and experience to the showmobile stage. The band’s extensive repertoire has something for everyone, featuring Motown, R&B, and Funk along with hits of the 60’s through the present. The full ensemble features female lead vocalists, horns, and a solid rhythm section guaranteed to get you up on your feet. Concerts take place on the showmobile stage in front of the Keeney Memorial Cultural Center (200 Main Street, Wethersf
ield). Bring your own seating, a picnic supper, something cool to drink, and your dancing shoes. In the event of inclement weather, concerts move indoors to the Keeney Ballroom.

July 23 at 6:30 pm – Keeney Koolers Concert Series: The Patty Tuite Group

The band made their Keeney Koolers debut in 2022 just days after the release of their album “Hard Case of the Blues”. The album charted in the top 50 of the RMR Contemporary Blues Charts for 10 weeks and spent 7 weeks in the top 20, reaching a high of number 3! The Patty Tuite Group’s synthesis of blues, jazz, and rock made them an instant hit with the discerning Wethersfield audience. Join WHS in welcoming Patty and crew back for a well-deserved encore. Concerts take place on the showmobile stage in front of the Keeney Memorial Cultural Center (200 Main Street, Wethersfield). Bring your own seating, a picnic supper, something cool to drink, and your dancing shoes. In the event of inclement weather, concerts move indoors to the Keeney Ballroom.

July 30 at 6:30 pm – Keeney Koolers Concert Series: Number Nine

Long a favorite with Keeney audiences, this Beatles tribute band consistently gets the audience up on their feet and dancing. While larger in numbers than the original Fab Four, it’s great to have the added resources on hand for the denser music the Beatles generated in studio. Be sure and stake out your space on the lawn early for Number Nine. Concerts take place on the showmobile stage in front of the Keeney Memorial Cultural Center (200 Main Street, Wethersfield). Bring your own seating, a picnic supper, something cool to drink, and your dancing shoes. In the event of inclement weather, concerts move indoors to the Keeney Ballroom.

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Date

Jul 23 2024

Time

6:30 pm

Location

Keeney Memorial Cultural Center
200 Main Street

Organizer

Wethersfield Historical Society
Phone
(860) 529-7656
Email
society@wethersfieldhistory.org
Website
http://www.wethersfieldhistory.org