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Tommy Bentz Band To Perform Free July 21st Silver Bay Music in City Center Park Concert

(July 17, 2023 – Silver Bay, MN) – Today, Rocky Wall Productions announced that the Tommy Bentz Band will grace the City Center stage in downtown Silver Bay for a free concert at 7:30 p.m., Friday, July 21st. This is the sec­ond of eight free Friday night Silver Bay Music In The Park Concert Series events. “The Tom­my Bentz Band hails from River Falls, WI.” said Rocky Wall Productions President Nelson French, “Tommy and the band bring a distinct blend of southern jam style rock and acoustic singer-songwriter flair, with their rounded sound being completed by remnants of Tommy’s ex­perience in jazz and classical performance.”

This FREE outdoor concert will be held on Friday, July 21st at Silver Bay’s City Center Park near City Hall. You are encouraged to bring a lawn chair and blanket for comfort. Feel free to show up downtown anytime after 6:00 pm. Baptism River BBQ and Southern Belle’s Sweets food trucks will be on site to meet your food and beverage needs. There will also be sev­eral local craft vendors including the Bay Area Historical Society featuring their Rocky Taco­nite themed items. The vendors will be present before and during the concert.

Our third concert of the season will be on Friday, July 28th and will feature The Joyann Parker Band . “Minneapolis-based singer-song­writer Joyann Parker is sheer joy. Not in a sweet and sentimental way, but with a saucy and sexy growl. And with an intelligent and intriguing style, as well…a lot of heart and a lot of charac­ter to go along with the humor and occasional moments of introspection.” Said Tom Henry of The Toledo Blade.

These are all-weather shows. In the case of inclement weather, the concerts will be moved indoors to the Reunion Hall, 97 Outer Drive, Silver Bay.

Rocky Wall Productions is a Silver Bay based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization producing and promoting live music in Silver Bay and on Lake Superior’s North Shore from Duluth to Grand Portage. This is our third year of bringing the best of Americana Music to the North Country for enjoyment by residents and visitors alike. More information at www.rockywallproduc­tions.org.

The 2023 SILVER BAY MUSIC IN THE PARK CONCERT SERIES is made possible by grants from Lovin’ Lake County; The Lloyd K. Johnson Foundation; Minnesota Power Founda­tion; and Minnesota Energy Resources Founda­tion; and donations to Rocky Wall Productions from Cleveland Cliffs; Lucky Club Entertain­ment, LLC; Thrivent Financial North Shore Financial Group; True Source, LLC; VanHouse Services,

LLC; Full Sun Services, LLC; Lisa Berg & David Drown; North Shore Land & Cabins; Odyssey Operating Company, LLC; Whitetail Ridge Association; Marilyn & Nelson French; Diana Carey & Charlie Huskins; Nancy Hylden & Peter McLaughlin; Julies Variety & Hard­ware; Sherri & Steve Pribyl; Gary Zintner; Lakeview Hospital-Clinic; LutZen Reflections, LLC; Jill & Andy Beim; North Shore Feder­al Credit Union; Norshor Agency; Victoria & Gary Stevens; Emily & Jim White; Adams Au­tomotive; Charlie & Kathy Koch, Lana & Lar­ry Fralich; Homestead Dental; Crystal & Wade LeBlanc; Amy Grillo & Gene LaFond; BRI-ESA’S Convenience Store, LLC; and Zup’s of Silver Bay.

Generous in-kind donations have also been provided by the City of Silver Bay; Two Har­bors Media; Lovin’ Lake County; Nancy & Jerry LaVigne; Best of the North Shore; Lake Coun­ty Press; Cook County News-Herald; Northern Wilds Magazine; Duluth Reader; North Shore Journal; Lisa Berg & David Drown, and Nelson and Marilyn French.

Tax-deductible donations to help support these concerts are accepted. Donations to support Rocky Wall Productions can be mailed to RWP, 5418 Rocky Wall Rd, Silver Bay, MN 55614. For more information email Nelson French at ntf5418@gmail.com

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