Sunday, August 4, 2019 - 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
When Ben Daniels decided he was going to be a musician, it was more than a career choice. A natural poet, this young songwriter went to school on Bob Dylan, Robert Johnson, and J.J. Cale, among others. His lyrics speak directly to a younger generation that hears, sees, and thinks about the very things he’s writing. From their opening song to the finale of their set, the Ben Daniels Band cuts through with their originality, musicianship, and a sound that spans Americana, Blues, Jazz, and Rock.
Throughout the years, BDB had toured the country several times while regularly making the rounds in The Great Lakes State. The son of actor Jeff Daniels, he has quietly monitored what it takes to live life as an artist. Beyond a passed down talent, the Ben Daniels Band believes in hard work, perseverance, and creatively challenging themselves and their audience. With Tommy Reifel on bass, George Merkel & Josh Silas on guitar, Wesley Fritzemeier on drums and singer/songwriter Amanda Daniels on vocals, BDB’s live show never fails to take over the venue. The Ben Daniels Band has grown to be a formidable group that sounds pleasantly familiar, yet unforgettably unique, with their own views of the blues.
Come out to beautiful Kindleberger Park in Parchment for a relaxing evening at The Stage! Bring the family, your appetite, and lawn chairs or blanket for an entertaining night of exceptional live music by the Ben Daniels Band! Our local nonprofit food vendors and food trucks will be on site to serve up some yummy snacks and dinner fare.
Entrance to the park is at the corner of Hubbard and Park Ave. All events at The Stage are FREE!
No rain site for Stage performances.
650 S. Riverview Drive
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Organizer: Kindleberger Arts - Summer Festival & Concert Series
Organization: Kindleberger Arts - Summer Festival & Concert Series
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