Critical Mass Sounded ‘Big’ At Live On The Lake
It wasn't supposed to rain, and that was a good thing; however, it was sprinkling when the sound guys were setting up but the sun came out and it ended up being a glorious night on the lake.
Critical Mass, who made their Live On The Lake debut Wednesday night, sounded big. This six-piece band really had that full sound going as they performed covers from the '70s to the '90s.
From Tom Petty to Styx to Alanis Morrisette, Critical Mass got the job done and then some. These guys are sure to be back next year!
EMMA WEISKOPF- Lead Vocal
DAVE McDERMOTT- Vocals, Guitar
AL SALDARINI- Vocals, Guitar
MICHAEL KIRCHNER- Vocals, Keyboard
CHRIS HENNESSEY- Bass
JOHN TRANFAGLIA- Drums
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