Tonawanda News — So the summer concert schedule is designed to scratch itches, refresh reminiscences and generally make the patron feel young again. He or she won’t hear any unfamiliar chords or actually learn anything, but when did you attend an outdoor rock concert to learn something?
It’s true the elderly do not regret what they did, they regret what they didn’t and if drinking through a live! onstage! performance by Lynyrd Skynyrd somehow slipped onto your bucket list, well ... Aug. 13, Artpark.
It takes $300 to see the Rolling Stones this summer, almost as much to see half of The Who. It takes $10 or less to see all the bands mentioned here this summer, and as the Dick Clark Rock and Roll Caravans of the 1950s used to list, at the bottom of the marquees, “and many others.” I’ll see you there, limping myself young again.
Ed Adamczyk is a Kenmore resident whose column appears Fridays in the Tonawanda News. Contact him at EdinKenmore@gmail.com.Ed Adamczyk is a Kenmore resident whose column appears Fridays in the Tonawanda News. Contact him at EdinKenmore@gmail.com.