Mary Chapin Carpenter and Marc Cohn: Grammy Winners Live on Stage
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Platinum-selling band Toad the Wet Sprocket, folk-rockers Dawes and folk-pop "Wild Child" Brett Dennen come out to play for the KFOG Concert for Kids. Named after a Monty Python comedy sketch, Toad the Wet Sprocket became one of the most successful alternative rock bands of the early '90s. Their alternative pop sound had just enough of the jangly college radio sound, melded with smooth, listenable pop melodies to make them a hit with modern rock and mainstream music fans. They became a commercial success after the release of their 1991 album Fear, scoring hits with "All I Want," "Fall Down" and "Walk on the Ocean." They'll mix old favorites with new music from their first release in over 15 years, New Constellation. Learn More
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Featured review from Dave Chiasson
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It was a beautiful summer evening and the setting was picturesque and idyllic. There were some snags in the beginning. We turned to drive up the hill to Montalvo when we saw the sign $25 parking!! We were running a bit behind and were planning to eat a quick picnic dinner on the lawn. We had seen the signs for shuttle & parking at West Valley & turned around to head there. By the time we got to the venue the picnic was out. We had to leave our back pack with security. Oh well we can get wine and a bit of food at the concessions Oops, cash only! Not something i carry a lot of. I'm a D Card person. Somewhere there was an ATM but time was short and I settled for 2 glasses of wine (had just enough cash) After all that the concert was great Mary's voice was warm and rich. Marc is a very effective vocalist who emotes the lyrics. Marc has great sense of humor and the banter between them was fun. The music was wonderful and too short!! Not even 2 hours!! I miss the days of the old Montalvo when you could drive up and park in the lot for free. I will have to adapt to getting there earlier and taking the shuttle. Welcome to the end of free convenience.