BESSEMER - The final Summer Concert at Massie Field took place
Saturday evening, and Entertaining the crowd at the Massie Band
Shell was Thyme Peace, the Classic Rock Group that has recently
reformed and regrouped. Four of the original group members
remain; Dorrene O’ Donnell, Jan Stahl, Mike Armata and Bob
Michaels. New to this terrific vocal and instrumental group are:
Kathy Skolasinski, Brent Ridgley and Nick Wullf. Saturday night
was the first public performance for the new Thyme Peace group.
Thyme Peace, what a great name, just as thyme satisfies our
sense of smell and our sense of taste, Thyme Peace satisfies our
sense of hearing. Thyme Peace is time capsule of our favorite
songs. In addition to being a wonderful musical group, they have
wisely chosen to perform a very wide selection of memorable
songs. The variety of their classics was a real crowd pleaser.
It’s not often that we hear a group open with a couple of
Jackson Browne songs and then spend the next two hours
performing, Steely Dan, Beatles, Everly Brothers, Three Dog
Night, Neil Young and a litany of other artist until the last
song of the evening, “Seven Bridges Road” a song recorded by The
Eagles after that famous group reinvented itself just as Thyme
Peace has done.
We’re looking forward to enjoying more from the wonderful
*For our readers who may think “When Will I Be Loved” originated
with Linda Ronstadt, it was recorded 20 years earlier by the