Let’s Groove Tonight, an Earth, Wind & Fire tribute band, took the stage along Monongahela River Friday night for the latest Ruby Summer Concert Series.
Fans of Earth, Wind & Fire, Let’s Groove Tonight performs renditions of all of Earth, Wind & Fire’s top hits, including September, Let’s Groove, Boogie Wonderland, Sing a Song and Shining Star.
Opening the show was The Morgantown Jazz Orchestra, a Big Band in sound and size. The 16 musicians are from the north-central West Virginia region and western Maryland.
Next week, West Virginia native Kathy Mattea will play the venue.
The country music singer is also host of West Virginia Public Broadcasting’s Mountain Stage.
Grace Campbell, a singer/songwriter from Princeton who now lives in Morgantown, and Luke Sadecky, a folk singer-songwriter from Ravenswood, will open for Mattea.
The concert series is presented by the City of Morgantown and the Hazel Ruby McQuain Charitable Trust.
The free concerts are held every Friday night through Sept. 2 at Ruby Amphitheater in Hazel Ruby McQuain Park.
Opening acts begin at 6:30 p.m., with the headliner taking the stage at 8 p.m.
- July 29, West Virginia native Kathy Mattea
- Aug. 5, Jake Hoot
- Aug. 12, Santus Real
- Aug. 19, Sister Hazel
- Aug. 26, Bela Fleck
- Sept. 2, Del Castillo