The Richmond Register

Lifestyles & Community

May 3, 2013

Caribbean Blues Band to play for Third Annual Mother’s Day Concert and BBQ

RICHMOND — The Caribbean Blues Band is returning for its third annual and Mother’s Day Barbecue Extravaganza at the Episcopal Church of Our Saviour 2 p.m. Sunday, May 12.

The grilling of hot dogs and hamburgers begins around 12:30 p.m. and church members are bringing picnic fare such as baked beans and chips.

The band’s specialty is island music featuring the steel drum artistry of Colin Berner.

Founder, Ben Brown who also performs lead vocals and guitar promises parrot heads an afternoon of music that they will love to sing and dance to! Dean Branum, bass, and Jim Corcoran percussion round out this exciting and rhythm intensive experience! The latest CD recording of the Caribbean Blues Band will be available for sale.

The concert is part of the Second Sundays at Our Saviour concert series. Everyone is welcome to the concert and barbecue.

In the event of bad weather, the concert and barbecue will be moved indoors.

While this is the last concert of 2012-2013, the church plans other arts events over the summer and for the 2013-2014 concert season opener on Sept. 8.

Concert attendee are encouraged to some time during the Mothers Day event to view our visual art show and sale: Art…A Spiritual Gift.

The event is free, but a $5 suggested donations will help support the Madison County Animal Shelter.

“Not all animals are as lucky as our new family member Chloe – a 13-week old healthy, loved and no longer stray kitten,” said concert series promoter Patrick Tuck.

The Rev. Richard Burden, pastor of Our Saviour Episcopal, said he hopes that this is the beginning of an intentional relationship with the.

The Episcopal Church of Our Saviour is located at 2323 Lexington Road, Richmond.

For directions or more details, visit the web site at www.oursaviourky.org.

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