From their website at www.karilynchband.com, the group lives for rocking the stage and putting on an entertaining and unforgettable show. With exceptional musicianship, accomplished songwriting and incredible enthusiasm, the band brings a dynamic stage presence, impressive lead vocal and solid three-part harmony to every stage.
For them it’s all about the fans and making good music. They’ve experienced playing sold out venues, fairs, festivals, television, radio and opening for major label artists. The band’s chemistry and passion shine through each performance creating a one-of-a-kind, country rocking show.
In their three years together they’ve become one of Michigan’s most talked about and sought after country bands–touring extensively and making frequent trips to Nashville, TN to write songs and play shows.
In 2011, they traveled to Daytona, FL to play the Daytona 500/Speedweek events alongside country artists, Brad Paisley and, Dierks Bentley.
Lynch’s first acoustic EP, “one happy love song…” made it to the iTunes, ‘New & Noteworthy’ list for country music and stayed there for six weeks. The band’s first full band project together, a five song self-titled EP, was released in May 2011 to five star ratings and reviews. “Gettin’ Gone” and “Me and a Bottle of Wine”–two standout tracks from the EP–received airplay on several radio stations. In December 2012, they released their new, highly anticipated project, “Kari Lynch Band EP”. The new single, “Sapphire Blues” quickly gained radio play on several stations and is furthering the Kari Lynch Band’s establishment as one of Michigan’s most promising acts on the country scene.
The band is comprised of Kari on lead vocals, Ryder Jones on electric guitar, Sam Briggs on drums, Jacob Meekhof on bass guitar and Matt Gabriel on the acoustic guitar. Listen to samples of their music on their website.
You won’t meet a more determined, hardworking and driven group of people than the Kari Lynch Band. Undeniable talent, extraordinary work ethic, and a love for creating music and songwriting that extends to the audience with every song. Mixing elements of classic country, rock, folk, and contemporary country–this is a band you won’t forget.
The Kari Lynch Band lives for rocking the stage and putting on an entertaining and unforgettable show. With exceptional musicianship, accomplished songwriting and incredible enthusiasm, the band brings a dynamic stage presence, impressive lead vocal and solid three-part harmony to every stage.
Tune in to WTCA on Friday morning, July 12, for a live interview with members of the group.
All Music in the Park concerts are in beautiful Centennial Park at the Young Amphitheater at the corner of Baker and Randolph. Bring a lawn chair, your favorite beverage and a picnic to enjoy this special music in a delightful setting. If you don’t want to cook, Delta Theta Tau will once again be offering food choices—this time pulled pork and corn on the cob.
As in years’ past, gates open at 6:00 with the performance at 7:00. Tickets are $10 for adults; children and students are free. College students need to show an ID.
Purchase tickets by calling the Encore office at 574 935-4987 or online at www.encoreperformingarts.org or at the following outlets: ASK for Flowers, Life Enrichment Center, Pilot News, Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, Wagoner’s Music Shop and WTCA Radio. For more information, contact Debi Gidley at Encore Performing Arts, 1305 W. Harrison Street, Plymouth at 935-4987 or the website at www.encoreperformingarts.org. Take a few minutes to like us on Facebook.
Upcoming ‘Music in the Park’ concerts—same time—same place:
Friday, July 19 Spike & The Bulldogs with a Car Cruise-In
Friday, July 26 Soul Funkshun
Sunday, July 28 Notre Dame/The Young Company/Shakespeare’s ‘Comedy of Errors’-FREE
Friday, August 2 Orquesta Ritmo
Friday, August 9 Boogie Woogie Babies