Recycled Percussion Lights Up Lebanon Opera House Stage
Wednesday, December 28, 2016
On hiatus from their shows in Las Vegas, Recycled Percussion exploded onto the Lebanon Opera House stage Wednesday night, Dec. 28. With close to eight miles of Christmas lights, lots of trash cans, a couple of ladders and many costumes, this quartet entertained the nearly sold out crowd.
Justin Spencer, left, formed Recycled Percussion in 1994 as part of a high school talent show in Goffstown NH. The band appeared on America’s Got Talent in 2009 and after being featured on the cover of “USA Today” and being voted National Act of the Year a record-breaking six times, the band gained world-wide recognition.
In 2010 they became headliners in Las Vegas at Planet Hollywood. Each winter they take time away from Vegas to return to New Hampshire to give back to the children of New Hampshire. This year they packed a tractor trailer and drove from Las Vegas to New Hampshire to give away over 25, 000 toys on Christmas Day.
By the end of the show, the audience was on their feet dancing and cheering. The band packed up and drove to Keene NH for a couple snow storm shows on Friday, then headed to Manchester NH for two nights of sold out performances. The on stage light count is currently at 10 miles.
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