Joan Caddell and the Midnight Choir: Snug Harbor 2018 Summer Concert Series Presented by RCSF

Kick back with a blanket or a beach chair for our FREE summer concerts!  With the generous support of the Richmond County Savings Foundation, you’ll get to groove to tunes from your favorite local bands with your friends and family—plus play games, eat delicious food, enjoy a beer and wine tasting from Flagship Brewery and Honor Wines, and more.

7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
South Meadow Lawn
Admission: FREE

Joan Caddell & The Midnight Choir straddles the lines between several genres of music — unsurprising given that their front woman is equally comfortable tapping into both her right and left brain. Attorney by day, rock goddess by night, Joan knows a thing or two about breaking borders and bridging boundaries. Her band embodies a unique style best described as Americana pop rock with a little country on the side.

The original tunes and cover songs of Joan Caddell & The Midnight Choir range far and wide, but a common thread binds them all — a heartfelt invitation and a rousing call come together to make each performance a communal experience. The band’s infectious energy and passionate playing style move audiences from the inside out, making honorary band members out of everyone by a show’s end.

Singer/guitarist Karlus Trapp may be the most versatile musical dynamo on the circuit and is a crowd pleasing good vibes favorite to people of all ages. For a beachy, good vibes summer sound, or a Mardi Gras flavored party vibe, no one does it better. With a musical sensitivity that is a sixth sense, and his ability to rock reggae, the blues/jazz, 60’s/ 70’s, or play quiet acoustic background music, Karlus is in demand at private parties, happy hours, and weddings from the Jersey shore to the Bahamas. Awesome as a solo, Karlus also plays as duo or trio, or with his band MaGumbo.

July 28: Buster Poindexter – Opening act by Maker Park Radio
August 18: Promised Land – Opening act by American Beauty Band
August 25: Joan Caddell & the Midnight Choir – Opening act by Karlus Trapp
October 14: Wahoo Skiffle Crazies – Opening act by Weathervane