The next performance at the Concerts at the Courthouse will be The Sinclairs Band on Friday, July 19, from 7 to 9 p.m. The band is making its debut at this area venue. The Concerts at held at the Historic Courthouse lawn in Downtown Howell and is presented by the Livingston Arts Council.
The Sinclairs began in 1997 as a garage band and were initially just friends who got together for the simple joy of making music. There were no intentions of becoming a working band. After playing a couple of backyard get-togethers it was clear the band was on to something. Under urging from friends, the band began to book gigs and find success on the local scene. Much has changed over the years. What began as friends playing 60’s songs for kicks grew into a band known as a local staple providing good-time performances and leaving audiences with a show they fondly remember.
The Sinclairs Band’s humble beginnings have blossomed into a well-known band performing at many area clubs, countless weddings, car shows, corporate events, and outdoor festivals. The band has shared the stage with such notable names as Foghat, Gary Puckett, Herman’s Hermits, Dennis DeYoung of Styx, The Grass Roots, The Georgia Satellites, Great White, The Spin Doctors, Patty Smyth & Scandal, Blue Oyster Cult, and Eddie Money.
The Sinclairs Band focuses on good time hits of the 70’s, 80’s, 90's and beyond. Aimed at the dance floor, the band plays a mix of classic party rock, pop, and funk by such artists as The Doobie Brothers, AC/DC, Bryan Adams, INXS, The J. Geils Band, Earth, Wind & Fire, Bon Jovi and Tom Petty to name a few.
Concerts at the Courthouse runs every Friday night from June 28th – August 23rd. In the event of inclement weather, concerts may be cancelled – listen to WHMI 93.5 for updates or visit the Livingston Arts Council Facebook page. No alcoholic beverages are permitted.