Mama SweetMama Sweet will spice up Norman’s Lions Park at the corner of Flood and Symmes on Sunday, June 28, 2015 at 7:30 pm when they appear as part of The Depot’s free Summer Breeze concert series. Bring seating and your favorite refreshments, and enjoy a wonderful evening in the park filled with great music!

Mama Sweet’s music has been described as a mix of rock, country, blues, funk, folk and Americana. The group, Aron Holt (songwriter, lead vocals, & rhythm guitar), Alan Orebaugh (lead guitar), Boyd Littell (bass & harmonies), Giovanni Carnuccio III / Tyler Howell (drums), Dan Walker (keys & accordion), combines talent, skill and amazing live performances to create something exciting and powerful. Their musical style moves seamlessly through tightly arranged pop to extended jams while Aron Holt’s lyrics and melodies transcend styles, appealing to ears that dig hooks as well as those looking for depth and experience. The band has a distinct sound with instrumental virtuosity and soul to spare.

The band's first gig came in 2002 at The Deli in Norman. Their 2007 studio debut “Welcome to the Well” was followed in 2009 with their live album “Now. Here. This.” Their newest recording, "21 echo”, was released in December 2014.

Links:
Mama Sweet website
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Summer Breeze Concerts are made possible in part by grants from the Oklahoma Arts Council and the Norman Arts Council and by Community Sponsor Backwoods. Additional funding comes from Contributors Skye Diers, Gingerbread Nursery School & Kindergarten; Republic Bank & Trust; Edward Jones; Dentists Jamie Belknap, Donna Sparks and Kristen Campbell at Norman Smile Center; Andi Berry, Wyoming Art Therapy; Tom McAuliffe, Don Cies Real Estate; Becca Hewes, Yoga Life; 2 Green Chicks; The Mont; EB Dancer; Norman Parks and Recreation Department; Montford Inn; and by Friends Dennis McDonald & Sally Little and Main Street Veterinary Hospital.

Please check on the day of the concert for possible weather related cancellation or relocation, or for more information on this and other programs at The Depot, phone 405-307-9320.