The Commodores kick off High Point Market concerts
September 24, 2007-- Casual Living,
High Point market-goers are invited to enjoy live music, free food and drink, during the High Point Market Authority’s Stars Under The Stars concert series.
“Stars Under the Stars events have proven hugely popular,” said Brian D. Casey, president and CEO of the High Point Market Authority, the official sponsor of the High Point Market, “and we are excited to present another outstanding line-up of musical entertainment, along with great food and drink, as one of the many ways market-goers can enjoy their evenings while working here all week.”
Legendary Motown band The Commodores —known for ballads such as “Easy” and “Three Times a Lady” and the funky dance hit “Brick House” — will kick off the “Stars Under the Stars” series Monday evening, Oct. 1. For three decades, the funk and soul sound of The Commodores has been a hit on dance floors and on pop and R&B charts. Top singles include: “Slippery When Wet,” “Just to Be Close to You,” “Too Hot Ta Trot,” “Still,” “Sail On,” “Lady (You Bring Me Up)” and “Oh No.” The single “Nightshift” won the group a Grammy in 1985.
On Tuesday, Oct. 2, market guests can dance and dine with The Dickens, a regional band known for mixing up R&B, rock, ’80s retro, reggae, “old skool” and current hip-hop.
On Wednesday night, Oct. 3, the Showplace Tent will house the fourth annual American Furniture Idol competition, as part of City of Hope’s National Home Furnishings Industry’s Spirit of Life Award dinner. Tickets are required and may be purchased by contacting City of Hope at (800) 272-2310 or email@example.com.
The Stars Under The Stars series continues Thursday, Oct. 4, with classic rock band Three Dog Night. The band’s well-loved Top 40 hits include “Mama Told Me (Not To Come),” “Joy to The World,” “Black And White,” “Shambala,” “Easy To Be Hard,” “An Old Fashioned Love Song,” “The Show Must Go On” and “One.”
Friday night offers something for everyone with U-neek Flavur, a band that brings great harmonies and choreography to familiar favorites. Wrapping up the week is Hot Sauce on Saturday night, a Charlotte-based cover band that makes every show a party with a fusion of hits from the ’70s through today.
All “Stars Under The Stars” concerts take place under the Showplace Tent. Concerts begin at 7:30 p.m., and doors open at 7 p.m. All Market attendees wishing to enter must present a current Market badge and a valid picture ID. No one under the age of 15 will be admitted.
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