Monday, September 28, 2009
Well Ladies and Gents, The Scene here at the History Center earlier this month on September 4th was a huge smash! The building was bursting at the seams with folks enjoying great music from Uptown Syndicate, Jim Edgar and the Roadrunners, Brewer and Brewer, and the Five Americans while dancing the night away. I thought I'd give you a little taste of what we got to enjoy that night.
The line of eager Scene-goers was long even before the doors were opened!
It was Ronnie Kaye's birthday, so we made sure we had plenty of cake.
Uptown Syndicate got the night started off right with some great funk.
The crowd really loved Jim Edgar and the Roadrunners, who played the hits of the '50s and '60s.
The crowd really got after it!
Brewer and Brewer played "One Toke Over the Line."
And the Five Americans rocked their hit "Western Union."
It was a great evening to reminisce, see old friends, and to just get down and boogie. The History Center dance floor definitely got its workout that night! Thanks to everyone who came out to make The Scene such a great time!