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  • The Music Krew played Angola’s Summer Lawn Chair Concert Series on Aug. 13, encouraging residents to get up and move to the beat of a wide range of genres, during a two-hour set.
  • The Music Krew’s repertoire is wide, spanning the decades and the genres, to give every guest something to fit their tastes.
  • Joanne Eckhert (center) was the featured vocalist on most selections, but other band members pitched in, as well.
Music Krew’s music gets Angola park concertgoers dancing
Date: 2014-08-20
ANGOLA — Despite chilly temperatures and an overcast sky, Angola’s Summer Lawn Chair Concert Series convened on Aug. 13 in the village’s Centennial Park for a performance by the Music Krew in a free show sponsored by the Evans Bank and the Evans Agency.The Music Krew, comprised of Tony Krew on vocals and accordion, Joanne Eckhert on lead vocals, Rick Keller on trumpet, Russ Carere on saxophone, Lou Reczek on bass, Art Lutz on keyboard and vocals and Anthony Krew on drums, played a two-hour set filled with pop covers ranging from the big-band era to the retro hits of the ‘70s.After kick-starting the concert with Louis Prima’s “Jump, Jive and Wail,” the band continued with a string of classics, while inviting the Angola audience to dance in front of the stage. The songs performed during the evening included Frank Sinatra’s “The Way You Look Tonight,” the Four Seasons’ “December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night),” Louis Armstrong’s “What a Wonderful World” and Eddie Floyd’s “Knock on Wood.”Throughout...
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