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Radio Nashville to play Essex County Brookdale Park Friday July 21

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BLOOMFIELD, NJ – Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo Jr. invites the public Brookdale Park on Friday, July 21 as Radio Nashville takes to the stage at 7:30 p.m. 

Radio Nashville’s vocal range and musical ability allows them to perform songs by many country musicians. They play hits from the most popular stars of today including Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, The Band Perry, Lady Antebellum and Luke Bryan. The members are Joey Arparicio on guitar and lead vocals, Paul Riairio on lead guitar and vocals, Johanna Laliberte on percussion and lead vocals, Brett Neiderman on bass and lead vocals, Tory Daines on violin and fiddle, and Kyle Smyth on drums and percussion. 

The concert takes place on the lawn in  Essex County Brookdale Park, located between Watchung Avenue, Bloomfield, and Bellevue Avenue, Bloomfield, at 7:30 p.m. 

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“Our free concert series offers a diverse line-up of performers who will take center stage in venues throughout our historic Essex County Park System. Pack a blanket, enjoy the cool evening breeze and dance to the sounds of classical, rock and roll, jazz, big band, Latin and more,” DiVincenzo said.

Concerts are held at accessible sites. Persons who require special accommodations or assistance are asked to call ahead to alert staff as to their needs. Admission to the concerts is free. For more information, call the Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs at 973‑268-3500.

The Essex County Park System was created in 1895 and is the first county park system established in the United States. The park system consists of more than 6,000 acres and has 23 parks, five reservations, an environmental center, a zoo, treetop adventure course, ice skating rink, roller skating rink, three public golf courses, golf driving range, two miniature golf courses, three off-leash dog facilities, a castle and the Presby Memorial Iris Gardens.

 

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