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Poi Dog Parking


Summer wraps up with a Labor Day concert for the entire family featuring Poi Dog Pondering on Monday, September 1 at 3 p.m. on the stage of the Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park. Sponsored by Target and presented by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, Millennium Park as part of the Family Fun Festival, this free concert will begin with a pre-show that includes the international sounds of dj Madrid.

Led by Frank Orral on guitar, vocals and ukelele, the Poi Dog Pondering band includes Charlete Wortham (voice, casio, percussion), Rick Gehrenbeck (keyboards), Susan Voelz (violin, vocals), Max Crawford (trumpet, keyboards, accordion), Ron Hall (bass), Dag Juhlin (guitar, vocals), Dan Leali (drums), Kornell Hargrove (vocals) and Ted Cho (guitar, mandolin), Inger Petersen Carle (strings), Alison Chesley (strings), Nate Lepine (horns), Dave Smith (horns) and Nick Broste (horns). The Chicago Bucket Boys will join the band onstage for one song.

"I love Gehry's work," Orral said. "He is a master. His Pritzker Pavilion and BP Bridge have transformed Chicago's already wondrous lakefront into a modern marvel."


Maybe Dag will re-create this classic:


Posted on August 26, 2008

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