Bass Street concert series opens tonight


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Originally Posted Online: June 29, 2011, 6:06 pm
Last Updated: June 30, 2011, 10:19 am
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The first night of Bass Street Landing's free summer concert series got rained out last week, so it will kick off at 7 tonight on Moline's 17th Street north of River Drive, with the Knockoffs playing.

The schedule for the rest of the 7 p.m. concerts:

July 7, The Tangents; July 14, Danika Holmes; July 21, Tony Hamilton Orchestra, with free dance lesson by QC SoDa; July 28, Jimmy Valentine Quartet; Aug. 4, Coupe De Ville; Aug. 11, Dani Lynn Howe; Aug. 18, Sin City Orchestra; Aug. 25, Manny Lopez.

Downtown Davenport has a free Friday Live at 5 concert series at the River Music Experience/Skybridge Courtyard, on 2nd Street east of Main. Upcoming 5 p.m. shows are:

July 8, High Cotton Blues Band; July 15, L.T. Eckles Blues Band; July 22, Douglas & Tucker; Aug. 5, The Candymakers; Aug. 12, Funktastic 5; Aug. 26, Ellis Kell Band.

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