|August 29, 2015||MORE PHOTOS HERE|
Review and Photos by: Pat Cook
“It’s been a long road to recovery after Hurricane Katrina, but the soul of New Orleans lives. 10 years after the storm, I take part in rebuilding New Orleans, and of course music has a role in the resilience of New Orleans culture.”
Aaron Neville, a native of New Orleans, now residing in New York, crosses the bridge into New Jersey on the 10th anniversary weekend of Katrina to remind us all to spread love, stay peaceful and remain thankful! - And a little partying in between won't hurt either.
Neville closed out Mayor Samson D. Steinman's Summer Concert Series Thursday, August 27, 2015. The outdoor concert kicked off in front of the Union County Performing Arts Center in Rahway, New Jersey. Residents brought out their chairs and sang along with the inflective vocal master, as he swept through songs, such as “Tell It Like It Is,” “Pledging My Love” and “Stand By Me.”
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