Satin Love Orchestra Rocks River Road Park

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I’ve always been a fan of disco and funk music, and would much rather listen to my Dad’s CD’s than anything I hear on the radio. From Earth Wind and Fire to The Bee Gees, I can’t help but bop my head along (which usually leads to full-on jamming). I missed my era.

As you can imagine, I was thrilled to find out we were sponsoring River Road Park’s Concert in the Park featuring Satin Love Orchestra. If you’ve never heard of Satin Love Orchestra, you might think they are, well, an orchestra. Understandable. However, they are about as far from black suits and violins as you can get. Satin Love Orchestra plays hits from the 70’s and 80’s, are known to arrive to their concerts in a white stretch limousine, and have an enthusiastic following of dancing queens and kings (see what I did there?).    

We arrived a couple hours before the concert, and gave out apples, oranges, bananas, and peaches to people staking out their spots in the park. We also brought our health trivia game to keep the crowd entertained while they waited, and some healthy recipes to share.

Then, it was time for the concert. Satin Love Orchestra was a hit, and the people at River Road Park were such a fun crowd!

Thank you to our friends at River Road Park for putting on an awesome event. There was a huge turnout, and everyone looked like they were having a great time. I’ve had “Saturday Night Fever” stuck in my head for days, and I’m okay with it.

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