Jul 3, 2018 at 5:39 PM
You’ll want to be sure to grab a few close friends and come out this year to see this new lineup and experience the engaging music of John Denver, along with a few of River’s own award-winning songs.The show will be presented at 7:30 p.m. He honed his vocal talents performing with the band Tribe of Five. Heavily influenced by his parents’ music collection, he began his musical journey, learning the tunes from B.B. until 3 p.m., from any member of the Kiwanis Club of GHSV, or online at www.hsvticketsales.com. 10 at Woodlands. Tickets are general admission for $20. Tickets are available at the Ponce de Leon office, weekdays from 9 a.m. Many have heard Moore making pre-show announcements at other shows, and recognize his contributions to improvements to light and sound systems at the theater, but this will be his first appearance on the Woodlands stage.Moore is a self-taught guitarist and native Arkansan who began playing guitar at age 15. Roy Rivers will bring Hot Springs Village technical director Paul Moore to Woodlands Auditorium stage for his upcoming John Denver tribute concert, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Greater Hot Springs Village. This traditional footprint was used by John Denver in his early career and paved the way for his superstardom. A large portion of their music is heavily focused on tight vocal harmonies. The band is still making music together at local venues after more than 20 years.As a trio of instruments, you can expect Rivers, Moore and upright bass player Byron Yancey to provide a rich, full sound that will be reminiscent of the golden age of folk music. The group also features his father and brother. King, Eagles, Steely Dan and the Beatles. Aug.