Summer concert season ends with the best

“Whatever good things we build end up building us.”~Jim Rohn, American businessman

What a way to close out Plymouth’s summer Music in the Park program: Steve King and the Dittilies. They utilize an eclectic combination of instruments from sax to harmonica to cowbell sporting a lead singer with a slick, corny sense of humor. The songs they play are just as varied, everything from artists Neil Diamond and The Doors to songs like “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” and “Old Time Rock and Roll.”

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Night jammin’

This was the one concert we sat in the park for. Labor Day weekend, and Kellogg Park was blanket-to-blanket full of people. I’m cute, so I squeezed into a space with a decent view of the band. To quote Neil Diamond, “good times never felt so good.”

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The Happy Couple in Kellogg Park


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And “Sweet Caroline” is a song I hope to hear a lot of as we enter our fall vacation time and football season.

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