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Rolling Stones tribute to end season
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The Main Street Live summer concert series ends its season Friday night. The Joe Harvey Band will compensate for the disappointment of the season finale with a tribute to the Rolling Stones.
“Main Street Live is one of our bigger shows of the year,” said Harvey. “The crowd is always wonderful. We are changing things up somewhat with a tribute to the Rolling Stones, but I’m confident people will enjoy it.”
Formed in decade ago, the Joe Harvey Band has members from Warren County and is well known throughout Middle Tennessee. In addition to Joe Harvey, other members are Andy Willhite on bass guitar, Jonathan Waldrop on lead guitar, Lee Carr on rhythm guitar, Jason McVey on saxophone, Jay Koelbl on auxiliary percussion, and Evan Gross on drums.
The group will be saluting the Rolling Stones, a band that is celebrating five decades. The Rolling Stones formed in 1962, and the band cut its first single in 1963 with Chuck Berry’s “Come On” after the group signed with manager Andrew Oldham.
Harvey says be prepared for some “Satisfaction,” “It’s Only Rock ‘N Roll,” and “Angie,” among many others.
“We are still hammering out the song list, but our set will mostly be very popular songs by the Rolling Stones,” said Harvey. “We had to learn a few new songs. We might throw in a few other songs from a different band in the same era, but it will mostly be songs by the Rolling Stones.”
Joe Harvey Band will be joined by the third annual Downtown After Dark 5K race and a Blood Assurance blood drive. The race begins at 8 p.m., during intermission of the show, and the bloodmobile will be available from 3-8 p.m.
There will be a variety of food and beverages available from vendors. Parking and admission are free so bring a chair and enjoy the music. Come early and stake out a good spot.
The Joe Harvey Band will take the stage and begin entertaining at 7 p.m. on the West Lawn of Security Federal. Food and beverage vendors open at 6 p.m. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited. Smoking is not allowed in the crowd.
Main Street Live is a production of Main Street McMinnville. Events are free due to sponsorship by Dr Pepper Bottling Company, the Law Offices of Galligan and Newman, Security Federal Savings Bank, River Park Hospital, Middle Tennessee Natural Gas, Ben Lomand, McMinnville Electric System, city of McMinnville, Peg Broadcasting and the Southern Standard, your source for local news.