Revolution in the Park (and Hula Hoops, of course)

The “Revolution” band’s website says “We believe variety is the spice of life and music is no exception.”

Last night the band delivered a spicy selection of classic and southern rock, country, R&B, and soul to a delighted crowd at Chet Hobert Park in Berryville.

Revolution gettin' into the crowd at Chet Hobert park in Berryville, Virginia - Photo Edward Leonard

 

Revoution guitarists (l-r) Jerry and Rick Senseney jam "Walk this Way" at Chet Hobert Park in Berryville, Virginia - Photo Edward Leonard

The hot, muggy night didn’t slow lead singer John Rehanek as he soulfully sang Wild Cherry’s “Play that Funky Music”. Neither were father and son guitarists Jerry and Rick Senseney deterred from venturing into the crowd with their guitars in tow on Aerosmith’s “Walk this Way”.

 Revolution delivered a fine show that concert-goers will long remember.

Younger members of the crowd boogied to Revolution’s funky chords with hula hoops provided by Blue Ridge Hoops.

Adults and kids shrugged off Wednesday evening's hot weather with help from Blue Ridge Hoops - Photo Edward Leonard

Revolution rocked the park Wednesday night (l-r) John Rehanek, Rick Senseney and Jerry Senseney. Drew Moffatt is on drums. - Photo Edward Leonard