Every Friday this summer, FOX & Friends has presented a different live performance, totally free! Highlights so far have included performances by The Charlie Daniels Band, Boys II Men, Bret Michaels, and Twister Sister, among other stars. The catch? These shows are only for early birds, as the "All-American Summer Concert Series" takes place from 6am-9am.
The Concert Series, which kicked off on Memorial Day weekend and will run through Labor Day weekend, is really "All-American" to the core, featuring a melting pot of music from rock to country and pop to R&B. While most of the concerts have spotlighted well-known acts, some Friday mornings have given rising stars such as 15-year-old singer, Sabrina Carpenter, a time to shine.
Tomorrow's concert, on Friday, August 8, brings Gin Blossoms to town. You may be surprised to find that this American rock band, which formed in the 1980s, is still touring, but when you recall some of their greatest hits, such as "Hey Jealousy," "Follow You Down," and "Found Out About You," it's clear to see why these blockbusters continue to propel them.
On the bill for next week, on Friday August 15, are perennial superstars, "America's Band," The Beach Boys.
Bands usually take the stage at 8am, but get there early to ensure a good spot. For some extra incentive, if you time it right, you may find you can snag some free bbq from Famous Dave's. All shows air live on FOX News Channel and take place at 1211 Avenue of the Americas, on the corner of 48th Street.