Live music is back and Trenton wants to participate in the next Levitt AMP series – Trentonian
In the popular movie Rush Hour, Chris Tucker lays down the law on musical choices.
Jackie Chan, riding a shotgun in Tucker’s Corvette, absorbs this warning – Never touch a black man’s radio.
Chan had replaced the radio station with one playing The Beach Boys “Surfin ‘USA”
Tucker flipped the dial back to his preferred choice, then added body rotations before asking Chan, “Can you do that to the Beach Boys?”
Good news for local music lovers. The popular Levitt AMP Trenton music series, a 10-week free music set, returns and the Trenton Downtown Association wants advice for residents.
With planning underway for the popular concert series, which featured national, local and regional performers in Mill Hill Park, organizers are asking residents’ input.
Organizers want to know what kind of music you enjoy, and what times and days work best for your schedule.
Talk about democracy in action. Your contribution could help land local acts that many others ignore. It rocks !
TDA notes that your responses to this short survey are greatly appreciated and will help them provide the best possible experience.
Personally, local artists like guitarist Pup Bolding and the Jenkins Brothers – Bishop E. Earl and Carl – jump on the page.
Visit trenton-downtown.com and complete the survey.
And, you can just have fun, have fun, have fun until his daddy takes away the T-Bird.