Join two of the Triangle's hottest a cappella groups for a show that will broaden your musical horizons and blow your mind. The smooth, savvy jazz harmonies of Avante and the driving rock rhythms of Transit are a combination that you don't want to miss!
Bring the kids, friends, a picnic, and a blanket! Sponsored by Wake Forest ARTS, the Six Sundays in Spring concert series will be held in 2013 on consecutive Sundays from April 28 through June 2. These free concerts are held at E. Carroll Joyner Park Amphitheater at 701 Harris Rd. in Wake Forest, getting underway at 3 pm and ending at 7 pm. Food and refreshments will be available, or bring your own picnic. Come join your friends and neighbors and make this year’s Six Sundays in Spring your best Sundays of the year! Please note: in case of inclement weather, updated concert information will be available on Community Channel 10 and by calling the Wake Forest Weather Line at (919) 435-9569. Smart phone users who have downloaded the Town of Wake Forest app will receive a push notification message informing them of any schedule changes. Please park in the designated parking lot if space is available. No alcohol in the park please, but pets on a leash are welcome. For more information, email info@WakeForestARTS.org.
Sounds Like: Queen, Pentatonix, Straight No Chaser, Duwende, SONOS
Manager: Kevin Badanes
Transit Vocal Band.............. All Band, No Instruments
Combining soaring leads, smooth harmonies, and a thumping rhythm section, transit demonstrates the power, versatility, and emotion of the most natural instrument of all, the human voice.
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“Transit rocks hard. Whether it's Motown classic Can't Get Next to You by the Temptations, or Supermassive Black Hole by Muse, the vocal percussion acrobatics of James Wallace provide the foundation for Transit's four remaining members to build from. Layers of instrumentation and lyrics turn each song into a mini-masterpiece. Alex Delaney, Carl Taylor, Casey Gallas and April McTaggart join Wallace for performances and festivals, but if you can't wait to hear them you can add some of their award-winning mojo to your iTunes library. Find everything you need to know at www.transitvocalband.com”