During Friday’s Abbey Road on the River in Jeffersonville, Ind., the great Canadian-based All You Need is Love performed a powerful version of John Lennon’s R-rated (for language) “Working Class Hero.” Video by Ronald Hawkins of RDH Great Stories.
E Street Band member Jake Clemons entertained the first night at Abbey Road on the River 2017 with his own show. Mark Rashotte, lead guitarist for All You Need is Love joined the jam with Clemons’ band. Video by Ronald Hawkins of RDH Great Stories.
Longtime Abbey Road on the River favorites Hal Bruce and Jay Goeppner entertained Friday, June 26, with a variety of John Lennon tunes during their acoustic set. Among them was the early Lennon song “If I Fell.” Video by Ronald Hawkins.
Important alert for those planning to attend InConJunction this Independence Day weekend: Hotel block reservations availability is only guaranteed through May 30.
The deadline is getting near for those proposing panels or wishing to participate on panels at InConJunction. Panel suggestions are accepted until April 25, Tuesday, panel suggestions until April 25 and signups to participate on existing panels until May 1.
The first of two nights of my Beatles Summer of Love at the Martinsville Public Library was great fun for yours truly and I hope for everyone who attended. Here’s a clip from a performance by Dennis Champlin and Dena Holmes. The second of two presentations will be at 6 p.m. April 25 at the library, 110 S. Jefferson St., Martinsville, Indiana..
Here’s a link to a performance by them: https://www.facebook.com/BeatlesMemoriesandMemorabilia/videos/1875355519392299/
And here is link to two more songs by them: