Photos Posted in June: Grace Potter, Buffett, Blues Traveler...

Busy month of June for Photos By Nanci.

Summer concerts kicked off with Grace Potter and the Nocturnals performing on Church Street in Burlington VT on the day their third CD was released June 8. The CD is entitled "Grace Potter and the Nocturnals" and is on sale everywhere and doing well in the charts! Photos from the event are on my page:

Child and Family Services of NH hosted their Concerts for the Cause series featuring Big Head Todd and the Monsters at the Palace Theater in Manchester NH, Adam Ezra opened on June 13. Photos from the event are posted on my page:

I was very impressed with Adam and I hope to catch him with his full band sometime very soon!! The new CD from BHT sounds good and the live performance was right on with the crowd there to support CFSNH!!
Perennial summer favorites, Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer band sailed into the Comcast Center/Great Woods for two shows in June. I attended the June 17th show. It was nice seeing all the Coral Reefers again pre-show and hanging with Ms. Tina Gullickson it's been a while. The show was good and fairly energetic for Buffett and Charleston the Body Guard let me shoot through the whole show with my little canon point-and-shoot so that was good!!
More photos on my page:

Thanks to an invite from Kasia B. we attended the Quechee Balloon Festival in Quechee VT on opening night June 18. The balloons were very colorful and the weather was perfect!
More photos from the 2009 and 2010 Balloon Festivals are on my page:

The Boston Red Sox played the LA Dodgers on June19 and were lucky enough to have great seats to see the Dustin Pedoria walk off RBI scoring Nava. The team celebration took place right in front of us!

More photos from the game on my page:

The final concert for the Lebanon Opera House Spring season was one with Blues Traveler. I've listened to this band for a long time and never had the chance to see them live. It was a cool time. Best parts were seeing John Popper sneak cigarettes on stage-you don't see that much any more...

There were three bands that night: The Steve Palmer Band, the Luke Mulholland Band and Blues Traveler. The photos are posted on my page:

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