Lion Eye Music featuring Becky Bass, Friday, August 21st, 6 p.m.
Updated: Aug 17, 2020
LIVE! in a driveway, somewhere in East Greenwich RI
(Address revealed, with receipt of payment)
Friday, August 21st
(Rain Date: Monday August 24th)
** NEW TIME**
6 - 7pm
What better soundtrack for these hot summer nights than live music with a tropical flair!
Please join us, as we welcome:
Lion Eye Music featuring Becky Bass
Becky Bass - steel drums / vocals
Lon E - guitar / vocals
Peter Breen - bass / vocals
Live Audience Spots are going fast! Get 'em while you can!
Only 10 Live Audience Spots Will Be Sold*!
Due to recent changes to RI's Social Gathering Limit, we must revert to our audience limit of 10.
*$40 of your donation is TAX-DEDUCTIBLE
Your generous donation will pay the band and helps us to make donations in support of:
The Johnnycake Center For Hope
Pump House Music Works
If you'd like a spot in our live audience:
Tickets are ONLY available from Tish Adams
Please email her, for complete details & payment instructions:
*Checks must be received by Wednesday August 19, 2020
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About Lion Eye Music featuring Becky Bass
Caribbean Jazz, Reggae and popular music done by expert musicians with standout vocals and harmonies, Lion Eye Music feat. Becky Bass will transport your soul to the tropical, lush Caribbean island.
Becky Bass is a renowned vocalist, steel pan artist & actor from St. Croix, US Virgin Islands. A two-time New England Urban Music Award winner, Becky’s beautifully talented voice and amazing Steel drum facility began with her famous father's guidance from the early age of two.
Lon E. Plynton is a Multi-instrumentalist, Composer, Recording Artist, Producer, Promoter, Entertainer, Business Owner and Educator.
He teaches music at School One and the Office of Community Youth and Learning in Cumberland. He has been Music Directing and performing with Rites and Reason Theater at Brown University since 1997. A member of RISCA's teaching artists education roster, he is known internationally for his work as bandleader of the Mystic Jammers.
They are joined by Peter Breen, a veteran bass player and vocalist. His interest in Caribbean music began early backing up the popular Jamaican artist Wilson Blue, and an extended stay on the island of St Maarten. He currently appears with the Professor Roots band and the Amy Winehouse project.