“…musically sound in every respect…” – Felice Jorgeson, Artistic Director
Recently performed with the Nashville Symphony
Members of Sail On have performed with Brian Wilson’s band
Sail On brings a young look and authentic sound reminiscent of the original Beach Boys during the prime of their career. The group’s harmonies capture the sound of the iconic band and transport the audience to the beach for an evening of memories and Fun, Fun, Fun. Energetic and youthful tribute to “America’s band.”
The Annie Moses Band, formed in 2002, offers an eclectic sound that reflects their family’s unique blend of roots music and classical polish. With over 15 years of performance experience, the Annie Moses Band has recorded more than a dozen albums, produced Telly-nominated PBS specials, traveled to Europe and Asia, and performed on stages as diverse as Carnegie Hall and the Grand Ole Opry. Band members have trained at esteemed universities, including Julliard, Eastman, Vanderbilt, and the University of London.
As one of the progenitors of the astonishing full-band sound of “contemporary” a cappella, Rockapella has shown every audience the raw power of pure vocal talent and originality. Since the early ’90’s when they first achieved national television fame on PBS’s Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego?, they’ve toured the globe and provided a funky powerful soundtrack to several generations of vocal music fans, while keeping it all fresh along the way. The current Rockapella line-up features Scott Leonard (since 1991, High Tenor), Jeff Thacher (1993, Vocal Percussionist), Calvin Jones (2013, Tenor), Mitchell Rains (2016, Tenor), and Bryant Vance (2016, Bass).
The Association was one of the more underrated groups to come out of the mid- to late ’60s. Creators of an enviable string of hits from 1966 through 1969, they got caught in a shift in popular culture and the unwritten criteria for significance in that field and never recovered. The group’s smooth harmonies and pop-oriented sound made them regular occupants of the highest reaches of the pop charts for two years. Since the early 1980s, their work has centered largely on re-creating their classic recordings on stage and in the studio.
Performed with Cincinnati Symphony and the Boston Pops
Sons of Serendip create beautiful music through the use of harp, piano, cello and voice. This Billboard charting quartet is gaining popularity since appearing on season 9 of America’s Got Talent as finalists. Their program is a fresh mix of emotionally expressive popular music, engaging stories, and audience participation. Musical serendipity.
“…thoroughly entertaining variety show!” – Barbara Mandrell, 2x CMA Entertainer of the Year
Television host on many network shows
Excellence in Broadcast Journalism Award
Dan Miller brings his western music stylings to your audience direct from the award-winning Buffalo Bill Center in Wyoming. The group has been features in USA Today, RFD-TV, The Travel Channel, ESPN and GAC. Their program ranges from Americana and western to bluegrass and gospel. Authentic western music review.
Beginnings – the Ultimate Chicago Tribute Band – is tightly woven structure of intellectual musical talent rarely seen in today’s music world, either in the original or tribute arenas. They are individually talented musicians who together comprise an ever-evolving universe of musicality that encompasses multi-instrumentalists and multiple lead vocalists. Quite simply, they are a band like no other. This depth of talent is focused on the band Chicago, whose song book spans more than forty years, and includes five number 1 albums and twenty top ten hits.
“…the best we have ever hosted…” – Haley N. (FL Venue)
Over 50 Years of Rock ‘n’ Roll Hits
Yesterday’s Music for Today’s Music Scene
An authentic energetic tribute to Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper and their infamous Winter Dance Party. Not Fade Away creates a new show that keeps the music alive, while remembering the importance and impact it had in history. A tribute to the pioneers of Rock ‘n’ Roll.
Classical music meets modern pop! Violinists Tatiana Glava and Melissa Priller, violist Ion Zanca, and cellist Young Heo take you on a journey where Beethoven and Bono collide! Having played alongside Josh Groban, Chicago, and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, DSQ is electrifying and definitely “NOT your grandmother’s string quartet,” says the Wall Street Journal.
The Black Market Trust concert originally scheduled for November 15, 2018 was cancelled and has been rescheduled for Sunday, February 24 at 7:30 PM.
We extend our sincere apologies to all of our members and
greatly appreciate your understanding in this matter.
Please bring your original Black Market Trust tickets for entrance to the February 24th concert along with lots of enthusiasm for this red hot musical group!
Sincerely, Community Concerts of the Grand Valley
Concert Rescheduled – Sunday, February 24, 2019
Two distinctly different vibes—one a gypsy campfire, the other a slick metropolitan nightclub—come together with the Black Market Trust. Five world-class musicians merge their love of everything from the Mills Brothers to the Beach Boys, from Sinatra to Lennon/McCartney. Lead guitarist Jeffrey Scott Radaich, touted as one of the most innovative American acoustic gypsy jazz guitarists, will amaze you with his talent and energy. Red hot, polished, crisp!