Kingwood welcomed home Nashville-based, Christian recording artist Christi Harper in grand style as hundreds of local residents turned out for last Friday night’s Keller Williams concert. It was without a doubt the most elaborate production ever put on at Kings Harbor. Harper and her entire six-piece band Pierced Grip performed on a huge stage erected on the Harbor Plaza. A jumbo video screen projected the entire concert which was being taped live for a promotional video.
While the temperature neared 90 degrees at the start of the Keller Williams concert last Friday night, the heat didn’t deter an estimated 1,000 people who visited Kings Harbor to hear former “American Idol” finalist Sundance Head. A strong breeze off of Lake Houston provided welcome relief for the audience, but the wind played havoc with Sundance’s acoustic guitar. It broke just before the concert and he had to run home for a back up.
A true professional, Sundance didn’t miss a beat and started the concert right on time. He was joined on the Harbor Plaza by Keith Rowe on guitar and vocals.
Just when they thought it was safe to go back to their real estate jobs, the KW Thriller Dancers are now on YouTube. Someone secretly recorded the daylight performance of the KW Thriller Dancers at the Keller Williams Concert at Kings Harbor on April 16.
A group of nine Keller Williams Realty Northeast associates under the direction of Fred Astaire Dance Studio transformed into zombies to dance a tribute to Michael Jackson’s Thriller. They performed twice, once before the sun went down, and a second time under the light of the moon which really brought the zombies to life. The performers were: Michael Clapp, Bob and Terri Blewett, Sandy Beatte, Sandy Swensen, Denise Hernandez; Carol Alford, Suzanna Cheek, and Tina Leigh.
This week’s cold snap on top of a record freeze in January has had a traumatic effect on landscaping in the Houston area. Horticulture experts say now is the time to plan for a spring comeback.
Keller Williams Realty Northeast Senior Team Leader Lisa Dempsey received the 2009 Women of Achievement Award at the FamilyTime Hearts of Gold gala held in January.
FamilyTime in Humble, Texas, offers counseling services and shelter to victims of domestic violence in northeast Harris County.