Olivia Anne Morris Fuchs, who was at Abbey Road on the River all weekend, said Monday the music of Laurence Juber, Peter Asher and Peter Noone and others made Sunday’s events special.
“Laurence Juber was the highlight of my day. I caught both of his shows, because he is so wonderful. Not only is his mastery of his instrument nearly impossible to believe, his warmth and interaction with his audience also is remarkable. He is a must see performer. Everyone I knew was hoping he’ll come again soon.
“The day was chock full of wonders. Peter Noone and Herman’s Hermits drew a massive crowd. Peter Asher for the second day thrilled his audience with his storytelling and excellent music. The private ticketed event for Peter Asher, Peter Noone, Denny Laine, Laurence Juber, and Tony Bramwell had over 300 who attended and heard more ‘inside secrets.’”
And, she said, those in attendance kept up the Beatles music until the wee wee hours.
“At this report, at 4:00 a.m.,” she wrote,” over 300 of us are singing along with Shakers, Steve Sizemore Group, Choking Smokers, Brothel Creepers, Newbees, B4 & After, James Paul Lynch, Wingsband, BritBeat, RockIts, ThreePeatles, Union Jack. Another excellent time had by all.
“And, tomorrow our mixed blessing – more excellent music, as we say hello, goodbye to another Abbey Road on the River Louisville. Until we do it all again.”
You can see pictures of the show from Bob Gannon on the page and in the slideshow.
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