Since 2001, moe. has been hosting Summer Camp, a three day music festival with over 100 bands, multiple stages and thousands of people all gathered together in Chillicothe, Illinois, making memories. This event has been steadily growing since it began so many years ago, and this year, it was a hit (again).
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If you missed the Cape Symphony’s performance on Saturday night you missed something very special. The Cape Symphony led by Conductor Jung-Ho Pak along with guest vocalists Mark Mahar and Sami Stevens performed a tribute to the Great American Songbook.
Standards including “Fever,” Mack the Kinife,” “La Vie en Rose” and “Come Fly With Me” got new life.
But don’t take out word for it.
Radio giveaways aren’t the only way to win tickets. And tickets aren’t the only things we giveaway! We have contests happening all month long.
June 7th was more than just “One More Saturday Night”. It was the first show of the season at the Melody Tent! Bob Weir and RatDog, which includes Rob Wasserman on bass, bass guitarist Robin Sylvester, Jeff Chimenti on keyboards, drummer Jay Lane and guitarist Steve Kimock had the crowd on their feet all night.
Were you there? The Cape Cod Times was. Check out the review.
The first set included:
Feel like A Stranger
New Minglewood Blues
The Promised Land
When you hear “a capella” what do you think of? Barbershop quartets? Kitschy vaudeville acts? At one time that was spot-on but these days a capella has a place in pop music alongside the biggest names in pop, hip-hop, rock and R & B. The guys in Straight No Chaser do an amazing job reinventing some of the greatest songs in popular music from Michael Jackson, Madonna, the Bee Gees, Bon Jovi and so many more.
1964 was a monumental year for Frankie Valli and the Fours Seasons. That year, they released several of their biggest hits: “Dawn (Go Away),” “Rag Doll,” “Ronnie,” “I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” “Silence is Golden” and “Big Man in Town.” Of course, they would go on to record many more songs that helped define the American musical landscape. So this year, let’s give props to Frankie Valli and the Four Season for their incredible accomplishments and their enduring talents as we look back to 1964,
You Deserve A Great Summer!
This was the coldest, snowiest winter we’ve had in years. You deserve to make the most of your summer.
The Melody Tent Box Office opens for the season this Sunday at noon. Come see us and get your tickets to the hottest shows on the Cape this summer!
For our opening day celebration, PIXY 103 will be on hand to help us give away prizes that will really make your summer rock.
The new movie Chef tells the story of a celebrated Food & Wine “Best New Chef” who loses his restaurant and his mojo. In the end, he regains both his creative zeal and professional purpose by opening a Food Truck. It reminds us of the varied roads so many skilled chefs take to establish their trucks and the different tastes and experience they bring to their business.
With our 1st Annual Melody Tent Family Food Truck Festival,
Devotees of the jam band will tell you moe. is the greatest band you’re not listening to. What do you really know about moe.?
So, where did the band get its name? Well, musician and Bandleader Louis Jordan did a musical short named “Five Guys Named Moe” way back in 1943. Decades later, a musical based on Jordan’s work was produced under the same name. That show contained a song, “Five Guys Named Moe” written by Larry Wynn and Jerry Brewster.