Big Mouth Gets Crowd Dancing at Keller Williams Concert

Notice:  Concerts Moving to Kingwood Town Center Park

Dallas-based Big Mouth lived up to its billing as a great dance band when they performed at the Keller Williams Concert in November.

On a cool evening at the Harbor, the four member group lead by Terry  Vieregge on guitar and vocals had the crowd dancing to the top covers from artists such as Santana, Al Green, Ray Charles, Alabama and Adele. Terry was a hit with the audience with his changing head pieces which ranged from a top hat to an ‘80s afro when he sang LMFAO’s “I’m Sexy and I Know It.”

Keller Williams Master of Ceremonies K.C. Gifford announced at the beginning of the concert that Keller Williams Realty Northeast would be moving its free concerts to Kingwood Town Center Park starting in 2013. The concerts will continue to run February to November on the third Friday of the month from 7-10 p.m.

K.C. introduced Rick Alspaugh, owner of Alspaugh’s Ace Hardware, who generously sponsored the band. Rick was followed on stage by Tony and Amber Bender, founders of the concert’s guest charity Kingwood-based Addi’s Faith Foundation. Tony spoke about the non-profit organization which was founded in memory of his daughter Addison, who died at age two from a brain tumor. The charity funds pediatric brain cancer research at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston and supports families dealing with childhood cancer.

K.C. on behalf of the Agents at Keller Williams Realty Northeast thanked the audience for its support of the Keller Williams concerts and told them to stay tuned for future concert information on or