Nevada’s Reckless Envy plays Heavenly Village’s free summer concert series |

Nevada’s Reckless Envy plays Heavenly Village’s free summer concert series

Reckless Envy takes the stage in Heavenly Village on Friday, June 2.
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What: Reckless Envy and Hit Parade

When: Friday and Saturday, June 2-3, 5 p.m.

Where: Heavenly Village

Tickets: Free


The free concert series at Heavenly Village continue this weekend with performances from Hit Parade and Reckless Envy, the latter of which kicks off the two-day party on Friday, June 2.

“As versatile as the audience they are performing for, this band is known to perform for a variety of tastes at any given moment,” states the trio’s online biography.

“They can switch gears as quickly as someone can turn the channel on their satellite radio these days! You might just catch a heartfelt ballad such as Chris Stapleton’s version of ‘Tennessee Whiskey,’ an authentic version of ‘Barracuda’ by Heart, an entertaining rendition of Charlie Daniels’ ‘The Devil Went Down to Georgia,’ a guitar-driven ZZ Top classic such as ‘Tush’ or a newer dance song such as Robin Thicke’s ‘Blurred Lines.’”

Reckless Envy is comprised of vocalist and guitarist Billy James Lassi, violinist Virginia Bowman and guitarist and vocalist Keith Lindsey.

“You can rest assured, that with these three on your stage, they will entertain for just about any audience! Reckless Envy is quickly building a following wherever they perform, becoming one of the most sought-after bands in recent years in Northern Nevada!” concludes the bio.

Reckless Envy takes the stage at Heavenly Village at 5 p.m. The gig is free to attend and open to all ages.

Hit Parade plays the same venue a day later, on Saturday, June 3, at 5 p.m.

Learn more about Heavenly Village’s free summer concert series online at

— Lake Tahoe Action

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