Heavenly Village regulars Left of Centre and Reckless Envy return to rock
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What: Left of Centre and Reckless Envy
When: Friday and Saturday, July 21-22, 5 p.m.
Where: Heavenly Village
This weekend Heavenly Village welcomes returning artists Left of Centre and Reckless Envy, both of which will play the venue’s summer concert series for the third time this summer.
Left of Centre, a country artists tribute, kicks the fun off with a performance on Friday, July 21. The four-member band, comprised of vocalist Frank Garrett, guitarist Jerry Tomlinson, bassist Greg Sadler and drummer Jesse Easter, is based in Reno.
Reckless Envy, also native to Reno, continues the party on Saturday, July 22. The trio — Billy James Lassi, Virginia Bowman and Keith Lindsey — plays music ranging from ZZ Top and Journey to Keith Urban, Bruno Mars and Maroon 5.
“Reckless Envy is made by three very talented and personable musicians, entertainers and people at its core,” states the band’s online biography.
“As versatile as the audience they are performing for, this band is known to perform for a variety of tastes at any given moment.”
Both concerts begin at 5 p.m. and are free for all ages to attend.
Left of Centre is currently scheduled to perform at the series once more, on Aug. 4.
Shows are held in Heavenly Village between Gunbarrel Tavern and Fire + Ice or in front of Azul Latin Kitchen.
Additional information is available at http://www.theshopsatheavenly.com.
The series next welcomes Heidi Incident and Madison Hudson on Friday and Saturday, July 28-29, respectively.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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