For the third time this month, London Downtown hosted its annual Thursday Night Live event at the steps of the
Thursday evening's entertainment was comprised of the bands Kites and Frontier. The former, a neo-folk quartet from Corbin, provided guests with music spanning the entire emotional spectrum.
Hatmaker, who sang the song almost as a solo performance, pleased the crowd enjoyed her minimal rendition of the famous rock hit from the '90s.
"That's the first time we've performed it in front of this many people," Hatmaker said. "I'm glad everyone liked it -- it's one of our personal favorites."
The evening's second band, Frontier, is a country and bluegrass trio from
"These performers represent the spectrum of musical genres, inclyding some artists that even break down the traditional notions of the genre," Sliter said. "One of our goals is to introduce our audience to new artists and genres that they may not be familiar with. We also understand that our audience is as diverse as the performers we bring to our stage. "
Sliter also maintained Thursday Night Live has always been a family-friendly event. He provides the free cost of attendance and impromptu activities for kids as prime examples, the latter of which became a highlight of Thursday evening's event.
In between sets, three young women from
Other activities aimed specifically for kids included jump ropes, sidewalk chalk, and bubbles. According to Sliter, on
Thursday Night Live will continue every Thursday evening until
For more information on Thursday Night Live, visit its website at thursdaynightlivedowntown.com.
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