Saturday, November 20, 2021

Nomad Planets benefit to NWI Food Bank

The Nomad Planets never fail. They will always find a way. This years benefit for the NWI Food Bank was impressive. Lots of people, lots of food donations, lots of music to entertain us, and lots of good food to eat.

Hammond for me is still a focal point, a hub, for NWI. I am very happy to see business owners like Raymundo Garcia place a business stake in the ground and call their own, and to re-open such a wonderful building, and restaurant. I'm talking about the old Goldblatt's store now owned by Raymundo, and his restaurant EAT. Thank you Raymundo!

Fever Queen opened for us this night, backed by Nomad Planets. She has charisma. Something about her draws you in. Nomad Planets did an excellent job with the backing music, giving her front stage. I will be waiting on my next opportunity to listen to Fever Queen and to photograph.

After Fever Queen's short set, Nomad Planets did their thing. For as much as I have heard Nomad Planets, it does not get old. Their music is original. Their sense of wanting to perform for us is high. Their willingness to motivate each other is unparalleled. Their play kicks it into gear for you to groove to in any which way you want. Of course, they have stories to tell as well.

I have to say, I love this Janis piece of art . . .

The Unstoppables! From writing their own tunes to playing acoustic and rock cover songs, these guys help make NWI unstoppable. They are supporters of our area music, and tonight they also supported the NWI food bank . . . Thank You!

Local, groovy, showcasing what NWI is all about. Gotta love it!

Fever Queen


5201 Hohman Avenue
Hammond, IN 46320

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