Judging from what we saw on Twitter and Facebook, those who made it out to The Cinnamon Band’s appearance at Live at Ipanema last month were quite pleased with what they heard. Rightfully so, as it was quite a show. If you didn’t get the chance to catch them live (or if you just want to experience it again), feast your ears and eyes on this…
In case you missed it
Tracks[audio:http://rvanews.net/live_at_ipanema/1010-TheCinnamonBand/01%20I%27m%20Asking%20You.mp3,http://rvanews.net/live_at_ipanema/1010-TheCinnamonBand/02%20Black%20Love.mp3,http://rvanews.net/live_at_ipanema/1010-TheCinnamonBand/03%20Nobody%20But%20Me.mp3,http://rvanews.net/live_at_ipanema/1010-TheCinnamonBand/04%20Downtown%20at%20Sundown.mp3,http://rvanews.net/live_at_ipanema/1010-TheCinnamonBand/05%20Hammond%20Song%20(written%20by%20The%20Roches).mp3,http://rvanews.net/live_at_ipanema/1010-TheCinnamonBand/06%20Buena%20Vista.mp3,http://rvanews.net/live_at_ipanema/1010-TheCinnamonBand/07%20Call%20Me%20a%20Doctor.mp3|titles=I’m Asking You,Black Love,Nobody But Me,Downtown at Sundown,Hammond Song (written by The Roches),Buena Vista,Call Me A Doctor|artists=The Cinnamon Band,The Cinnamon Band,The Cinnamon Band,The Cinnamon Band,The Cinnamon Band,The Cinnamon Band,The Cinnamon Band]
(Photos by Karen Seifert)
Don’t forget to check out the next installment of Live at Ipanema THIS SUNDAY, October 3 at 10pm, featuring The Diamond Center in their triumphant return. 917 W. Grace Street and totally free.