The popular LunaFish is the fifth offering of “Tuesday Tunes” on July 9th. Each Tuesday through August 13 at 6:45 pm, the Livermore Cultural Arts Council (LCAC) brings family-friendly free entertainment to the Shea Homes Stage in the Livermore Plaza adjacent to the Bankhead Theater. Shea Homes is also the major sponsor of Tuesday Tunes.
LunaFish, debuting as a band in 2008, authentically interprets and recreates what is arguably the most innovative period of rock and roll, the psychedelic rock of the late 60's and early 70's when songwriting and versatile instrumentation were king. Founders Jeff Fish and Chris Gattuso-Fish had a passion for not only the music of that era, but the elevated awareness of how music can draw people together for peaceful purposes and the power music has to make social changes. Whether it’s crooning a ballad or powering up a rocker from dear Janis, Chris’s jaunty stage personality and voice can’t help but make you smile and want more. Spice of life, heart and soul, rock and roll, Chris embraces it all and serves it up loud and proud.
They will bring you back to the Summer of Love. The band also features guitarists Greg Sutton and Kurt Stahl, bassist Michael Fine, drummer Bill Ziegler and keyboardist Don Bott. For more information about LunaFish, please visit http://www.lunafishband.com/
This eclectic 10-concert series is also made possible by funding from Fremont Bank, Tri-Valley Conservancy, Uncle Credit Union, Uncle’s Yu’s and The Independent. Next up on July 16th is jazz trombonist Secret Tattoo playing Bebop and Cool Jazz Sextetz
A full schedule can be found at www.lcac.org.