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A free concert in downtown Houston have featured Tweed Smith and Cody Moffett at downtown's favorite urban green space Discovery Green. Another concert in Houston will feature the Houston Symphony at Millers Outdoor Theater.
The downtown Houston concert showcases the talented vocalist Tweed Smith. She is best remembered as the female member in War. She did her major recording and touring with the soul group from '79 through '81. Smith sang on three War albums (to which she also contributed several tunes as co-author). "They added me in celebration of their second decade of recording," she noted in one of her recent interviews.
This Houston vocalist has been featured during nationwide concert tours and made several major television appearances. Her Stage Performances include Jesus Christ Superstar, the President Clinton's Presidential Election Victory, The Merv Griffin Show, The Mike Douglas Show, Dick Clark's American Bandstand, Don Cornelius' Soul Train, Don Kirshner's Rock Concert.
The other artist on stage Sunday at the free concert in Discovery Green Park is Cody Moffett. The drummer extraordinaire, is son of the legendary Charles Moffett. His jazz drumming sounds rich and fill the songs with a constant tempo that grooves.
This show is part of the Sunday's In The Park Series, that brought some of the top musical acts in this area to the Houston stage this year. Downtown Houston is home to some of the best free events in town.
Discovery Green is located in downtown Houston. The 12 acre urban green space includes an one-acre lake, children’s playground area, interactive water features and small and large dog runs. The Houston park is free and open to the public daily.
This weekend don't miss the concert in the park, you'll love the multi-use amphitheater's comfortable sloping lawn. Bring a blanket pillows are whatever makes you comfortable and enjoy this fabulous Houston event.
Free Concert At Houston's Miller Outdoor Theater
Houston Symphony take center stage at the Miller Outdoor Theater. The symphony plays musical masterpieces for audiences of all ages. This weekend's free concert presentation will include Kodaly's Dances of Marosszék, Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 5 in A major, K.219 (Turkish), and Beethoven's Symphony No. 4 in B-flat major, Opus 60 Gregory. Vajda, conductor and Tai Murray, violin.