Atomic Groove to rock Carmel Valley at Summer Serenades July 14

Atomic Grove will perform in Carmel Valley July 14.

No Summer Serenade’s concert series would be complete without the amazing sounds of Atomic Groove.  Back again for their 10th year, Carrie Weiland and the band, along with the AG Fly Girlz will “rock the house” on July 14, from 5-7 p.m. at the Carmel Valley Recreation Center.

Atomic Groove is a variety dance band that provides a great entertainment experience for everyone.  The band consists of five “Core” members who combined have years of musical performance experience.  Carrie Weiland, the band leader and lead vocalist, has put together a group that has a big enough presence to entertain any size group.  Along with Burt Newman, Rob Gironda, Andy Tirpak and Gow Folkerth they have created a group that is versatile and consistently provides a first-class presentation with dance floor appeal and musical integrity.  This impressive musical expertise enables Atomic Groove to be the quintessential Variety Band, performing renditions of sophisticated jazz, treasured soul, classic rock and dance jams from the 1960s to today.  And, don’t forget those AG Fly Girlz – those incredible dancers that add energy, movement and stage presence to every event.

Atomic Groove always attracts a large crowd who are up on their feet from the beginning of the concert.  If you are looking for a fun evening for the whole family that won’t cost you a thing, bring everyone out on Sunday, July 14, to the Carmel Valley Recreation Center from 5-7 p.m.  Pack up your picnic basket and put on your dancing shoes because this night you won’t be able to sit still.

The Recreation Council thanks Pardee Homes and Kilroy Realty Corporation for their continued support of these concerts.  It also welcomes Sampson California Realty as a new sponsor this year.  The support of these valued companies has helped us to continue to provide the best in family entertainment for the last 22 years.

For more information and a line-up of the great entertainment scheduled to perform in the Summer Serenades concert series, please contact the Carmel Valley Recreation Center at 858-552-1616 or go to www.CVSD.com.

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