Saturday, August 23rd, 2014
JIM and SMITH COMPOUND BAND part of "Wheels Of Time" weekend! -
287 Lehigh Street
Macungie Pennsylvania [map]
Jim and the SMITH COMPOUND BAND return to one of their more frequent gig locales--the Macungie VFW--sometimes inside, but during the summer months outside at their "Tiki Bar". An extra attraction today is their second year in a row playing here simultaneous to the "WHEELS OF TIME" a few blocks away at Macungie Memorial Park, the 36th Annual event held the weekend before Labor Day each year. Find out more about this Rod & Custom Jamboree "August Rod Run" at http://www.wheelsoftime.org/jamboree/ .
Sunday, August 24th, 2014
1926 W. Allen Street
Allentown Pennsylvania 18104
Jim plays a private birthday party at this legendary Lehigh Valley restaurant nicknamed the “Culinary Ballet”. Henry’s Salt of the Sea is a seafood restaurant specializing in French-inspired seafood dishes.
Friday, September 5th, 2014
JIM and SMITH COMPOUND BAND rock Steel Stacks TOWN SQUARE! -
101 Founders Way
Bethlehem Pennsylvania 18015
Jim has played keyboards in the Macungie-based SMITH COMPOUND BAND for 3 and a half years, and tonight they play the prestigious outdoor stage at Artsquest Steel Stacks Campus, a return visit for them there. As they say at their website link:
Europe has its piazzas ringed by cathedrals but we got our own version of a piazza, only this one is dominated by one of our nation's most important industrial cathedrals. Located right outside of the ArtsQuest Center, the Air Products Town Square at SteelStacks™ will feature:
- A free venue for many festivals
- An al fresco performance stage for those spring, summer and fall nights when you want to sit outside and listen to free, live music while enjoying dinner, cocktails, or both!
- A new performance venue to showcase emerging, local talent
- Free space for area non-profits and local community groups to offer programming
- An amazing view of the blast furnaces!
Saturday, September 6th, 2014
13801 York Road
Cockeysville Maryland 21030
(410) 527-1900 [map]
Jim travels to the Hunt Valley area of MD to play a private party, booked via Gigmasters.com, at this "Distinctive Lifestyle Community". Here is what their website says about them:
Simply beautiful. That will be your first thought when you see Broadmead. This inclusive accredited, not-for-profit, lifecare community is nestled in the picturesque rolling hills of Hunt Valley, Maryland. The beauty of the natural surroundings can only be surpassed by the warmth and vitality of the people who reside here. This is a friendly, active community where you will immediately feel welcomed.
Broadmead is the most experienced continuing care retirement community in Maryland. The community was founded in 1976. The community is operated in the spirit of the Religious Society of Friends under which all individuals are treated equitably with dignity and appreciation for individual differences.
In the Quaker tradition, it welcomes persons of all faiths. From its beginning, Broadmead has been a warm, caring community with an exciting and intellectually stimulating atmosphere. It is designed for people who wish to maintain maximum independence and offers the opportunity to pursue a productive and satisfying life.