The Canyon Lake POA, with the help of “Concerts at the Lodge” concert promoter Doug Schultz, is hosting another free “Rock the Boat” concert on the lake on Saturday, October 17, from 6 to 8 p.m. Residents are invited to enjoy the concert by boat, paddleboard, or kayak.
“We’re hosting this concert due to the overwhelming success of the first concert and numerous requests from members asking for another one,” Schultz said.
The “Rock the Boat” concert will open with keyboardist Harlan Spector, followed by the country/rock band Kanan Road.
The concert is designed to be viewed from the lake only. The live performances will be held at the amphitheater with the performers facing the lake. “This concert will feature the same quality sound and lights as the previous show with the addition of moving lights on stage to enhance the production value of the show,” Schultz said.
The amphitheater will be closed to access and use. Law enforcement and Community Patrol will be stationed at the amphitheater to enforce access control to the closed area.
Marine Patrol will allow boats to anchor in front of the amphitheater starting at 5 p.m. The main lake speed limit will be reduced to 5 mph. Residents are asked to boat with members of their own household and to continue to practice social distancing and face coverings that are in place.
About the performers:
The Los Angeles-based keyboardist Harlan Spector is best known as a Hammond organist with an extraordinary ability on the organ bass pedals. He plays all styles of music, including rock, funk, soul, jazz, and country, and has performed with such acts as Redbone, Buffalo Springfield, Buddy Miles, Roy Gaines, and Jesus Christ Superstar.
Along with two other band members, brothers Kanan, Kyle, and Kory Cox make up the rock/country band Kanan Road. The band has shared the stage with Trace Adkins, Lonestar, Scotty McCreery, Blue Oyster Cult, Molly Hatchet, and other main acts. The band released their newest rock album, “Feed My Fire,” in 2017.
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