The Heights Foundation hosted The Heights Party Band concert on Tuesday, November 12 at The Heights Center. The evening included familiar and forgotten favorites, classic rock, blues and a little “chaotic spontaneity.”
The party band is a group of rotating high-quality local musicians who call The Heights Center home for several concerts each year.
The event was sponsored by CRE Consultants and entech.
The concert featured well-known local musicians including Grammy-award winning songwriter (Butterfly Kisses, Why’d You Come in Here Lookin’ Like That?) Randy Thomas and his wife Lori, Rob Robinson, Kevin Kenworthy, Willie Miller and Nashville’s Matthew Chapman.
“The Heights Center is a great venue for us. We bring together high-quality musicians for a fun, casual evening,” said Randy Thomas. “We played our versions of some of our favorite classic rock, blues and country-rock songs.”