Video: The Spyrographs at The Mount for concert-series conclusion

With Cheryl Serio front and center, The Spyrographs brought retro music to the south side of the Providence Mount St. Vincent campus tonight for the fourth and final free outdoor concert of the summer. A bit of video – “Call Me,” made famous by Petula Clark in the mid-’60s:

We thank The Mount for sponsoring WSB this summer to help get the word out about the series!

P.S. – One more outdoor concert left in West Seattle this season – the final Summer Concerts at Hiawatha show, 6:30 pm next Thursday (August 29th) on the east lawn at Hiawatha Community Center, with Strong Suit, who you might have seen/heard at this year’s West Seattle Summer Fest. If you’re not headed out for an extended Labor Day weekend trip, we’ll see you there!

3 Replies to "Video: The Spyrographs at The Mount for concert-series conclusion"

  • sophista-tiki August 24, 2013 (2:02 am)

    YAY! Love The Spyrographs,,,, and the toy.

  • Maria August 24, 2013 (8:46 am)

    Ah so that’s who they are. Have heard/seen them elsewhere on stage. Can’t miss her outfit (white boots). Nice rendition of Call Me.

  • Mike August 24, 2013 (3:39 pm)

    Those zany Spyrographs were amazing! I think I am now a groupy! At the close of the show I encountered an elderly gentleman using a walker to get to his room at The Mt. and as he was beaming a mild wide he said to me, “That was FUN, and that band was great!”. Sums it up.

Sorry, comment time is over.