Ahhh - Snakeboy Johnson, please come back soon!
Now where can you go and listen
to a first class band without paying a dime? And not only that, you'll get
to sit comfortably in a chair and there isn't a bad seat in the house, or
better: under the sky.
Yesterday's Evening on the
Avenues was unbelievable, and most of the credit goes to the band "Snakeboy
Johnson" who were doing some exceptional blues. These are some really really
skillful people, folks!
Where I come from, students get started out in their
musical education with classical music. Our ears are trained in Symphonies,
orchestras, chamber music, opera and such. Then we work our way towards
modern times, but there is never enough time for blues. What a gross
mistake! To me, that performance given by Snakeboy was a treat, and you
couldn't ask for anything better. These guys could be playing "Sound Advice®
Amphitheater" and you would pay solid money to go listen to them, - they're
Besides raving about the great entertainment choices the
Lake Worth Chamber makes, it was a pleasant night.
The weather was cooperating once again and it brought out
many people. I'm not making this up. The reason you hardly ever see pictures
of events with a lot of people in them is simply that I usually take the
pictures before the festivals are starting. During an event I'm mostly busy
and can't get away much to take photographs.
It was wonderful to see familiar faces and to meet new
Great to see you again: Steven with Nicholas and Camille,
and Bill and the kids, you are "Regulars" now.
If you go to the "Evening on the Avenues", you will see
just about everybody strutting their pets: aside from the countless breeds
of dogs of all colors and variations, you can admire parrots, a beautiful
white cockatoo, a snake and my favorite: the cutest rat who always gets a
ride on her owner's shoulder.
You just will have to experience it, and come often. Plan
ahead and combine it with a nice dinner, or eat something at the festival
and then go afterwards to one of the many places downtown and finish with a
As long as you also visit the Love & Peace Project and
dedicate some beads!
- Ingrid Webster
These majestic trees have recovered quite nicely
after last year's hurricane Wilma
Make sure you go find the Love & Peace Project next
to the pretty fountain