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Keep on truckin’: Rockin’ out outdoors during the pandemic

Charley Crespo a.k.a. Everynight Charley covered what he dubbed the “Sweet Sounds of September” last month as musicians continued to fill the parks with tunes. With the pandemic dragging on — and unfortunately now some upticks, as well, in the outer boroughs — New York City indoor music venues still have not reopened. But there’s always the parks — or, if you like, you might even try bringing your own sound truck, like PLM Music Revue recently did.

That’s how they roll: PLM Music Revue in their flatbed truck. (Photo by Everynight Charley Crespo)
Lollise & Morgan performed their Afro-digital dance grooves at the Inspire Festival in Tompkins Square Park. (Photo by Everynight Charley Crespo)
Digging the Afro-digital groove, Lollise & Morgan. (Photo by Everynight Charley Crespo)
Lollise performing at the Inspire Festival. (Photo by Charley Crespo)
Kazinak, “an American band with a Belarusian soul,” belted it out in Tompkins. (Photo by Charley Crespo)
Evil Kim Evil was good at The Shadow Presents: Autumn in Tompkins Square Park show on Sept. 26. (Photo by Charley Crespo)
The Acute also played at The Shadow show. (Photo by Charley Crespo)
Hare Krishna members gathered under the Hare Krishna Tree in Tompkins to listen to a speaker, after which they did chanting, accompanied by a traditional Indian-style drum.  (Photo by Charley Crespo)
The speaker at the Hare Krishna event. (Photo by Charley Crespo)
Something to mediate on before the musical chanting. (Photo by Charley Crespo)

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