Rocking With The Laurie Berkner Band
Saturday mornings are usually lazy affairs. Last Saturday, though, was different. We needed to get up and moving quickly. Why? We had a concert to go to: The Laurie Berkner Band’s Animal Party at Proctors Theatre.
We got there early, picked up our tickets and, before taking our seats, got each of the boys a souvenir.
That’s a shaky egg – a small wooden egg that makes noise when you shake it like a maracca.
As we took our seats, I marveled at how close we were to the stage.
We also marveled at what a great looking venue Proctors is. We really should go to more shows there!
NHL, being a drum player, liked the drum set on the stage.
JSL, meanwhile was prepared for one of the later songs with his monkey.
Before long, out came Bob (who plays the drums), Suzie (keyboard), Adam (bass guitar), and, of course, Laurie. The boys went crazy as she sang song after song. Meanwhile, I alternated between taking a ton of photos, taking videos, and rocking out with my kids.
Here are some selected photos from the concert.
Remember JSL’s monkey from before? Well, at one point, he had to put it on his head. After all, Laurie had a pig on her head…
In addition to having a pig on her head, her toolbox was invaded by a mouse intent on building a home for itself.
For fans of Jack’s Big Music Show, where her band is often featured, Laurie broke out into a medley of songs.
Finally, what concert would be complete without a groupie crashing the stage. Of course, Laurie Berkner groupies are a bit shorter than some other band’s have.
We just love how the band worked her into the show. They showed that not only do they play great music for children, but they know how to play WITH children too. (At the time, I wondered if I’d be able to tell the mother of the little girl about this video. It turned out that she posted on Facebook and B got in touch with her.)
All too soon, the concert was over. It was time to take bows and head home.
Thanks to the Laurie Berkner Band for such a magical concert!
Disclaimer: We received complementary tickets to the “Animal Party” concert thanks to The Laurie Berkner Band. The opinions expressed above, however, are my own and this post was done because we had a great time, not in return for the tickets.