Beatles faithful gather at Amherst school
A crowd of about 40 enthusiastic Beatles fans filed into the lunch room at Clark School on Tuesday night to hear the Beatles tribute group Beatle Tracks.
The concert, part of the Recreation Department’s mini-concert summer series, had been scheduled for the Village Green but was driven inside by threatening weather.
It didn’t seem to matter to the crowd – they dug the music and seemed to have a great time.
Beatle Tracks is a Beatles tribute group based in Massachusetts. Members are Ken Sandler, Vince Cavaseno, Joe Lynn, Mark Ristaino, Dave Owen and Steve Bacher.
The next Recreation Department-sponsored concerts are:
? 6:30 p.m. July 10 – Mink Hills Band on the Green. The Mink Hills Band is a New Hampshire-based acoustic band whose selection of music includes bluegrass, swing, folk and original compositions.
? 7 p.m. July 17 – Amherst Town Band. The community band performs public concerts consisting of a wide range of instrumental compositions, such as classical, show tunes, Big Band, marches, polkas, contemporary and novelties music.
? 5 p.m. Aug. 21 – WZID Block Party at Spalding Field. For the fourth summer in a row, 95.7 WZID is hosting parties and inviting everyone in the neighborhood to come and enjoy for free.