Rock and Roll Concert at Main Library
CLEARWATER - It's been a high-energy summer at all Clearwater libraries and what better way to end the season than with a rock show. Last year the quirky, carefree, music of Detroit's The High Strung electrified patrons across the nation with their Beatlesque jams. This year the band is roaming the country again and headed to the Clearwater Main Library, 100 N. Osceola Ave, on Monday, August 6, at 2 p.m.
The High Strung will play a full-set and will solicit the audience's help in writing and improvising a song on the spot. The band will also record the library show and burn a copy on CD for each participating library.
The High Strung was hailed by Rolling Stone magazine, NPR, and the Washington Post. Their videos have been on MTV and they have been featured in Entertainment Weekly and Spin magazines. Clearwater library programs are a public service offered at no cost to attendees. For more information on this event and other notable programs, call (727) 562-4970, ext. 5244.
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