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Boston Pops 125th Anniversary Concert with Kenny Loggins

Friday, Sep 10, 2010 7:30p
McCoy Stadium Pawtucket, RI

*This concert was originally scheduled for Sept. 4 and has been postponed to Sept. 10*

The Boston Pops will continue the celebration of its 125th anniversary season by performing at McCoy Stadium! The Pops will be joined by singer/songwriter Kenny Loggins who will be making his only New England area performance of the year. The concert marks the first time the Pops has ever performed in a baseball stadium and the first time they have performed an outdoor concert in the Providence area.

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Kenny Loggins
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Began playing guitar and writing songs in seventh grade. Wrote songs for the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. Four of his songs appeared on their 1970 album Uncle Charlie and His Dog Teddy . Performed live for dolphins in 1992 as part of an Earthtrust experiment to research dolphin intelligence....
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The Boston Pops Orchestra was founded in 1885 as a subsection of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO), founded four years earlier. In general parlance, the Boston Pops is described as: “The Boston Symphony minus the first-chair players....
Location & Nearby Info
McCoy Stadium
One Columbus Ave.
Pawtucket, RI 02861
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Reviews & Comments
1 review
(no rating) Sep 15, 2010 - BlueRed2
Boston Pops Concert @ McCoy a bust

The concert delayed by Hurricane Earl was a big disappointment to perhaps all but the top price seat holders who got to sit right in front of the stage. The rest of us who also paid good money to attend this much anticipated concert had to sit so far away that the people on the stage looked tiny. The stage for some reason was located as far away as possible up against the center field wall which also resulted in the sound system being woefully inadequate. The stadium is equiped with a beautiful large screen for viewing replays of games and could have been used with only one camera to focus on the stage so all could see what the naked eye could not. I think if a concert of this caliber can't do more to accomadate the customers then people would be better served if there was no concert at all.

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