Crowd enjoys energetic concert

The Mighty Untouchables rocked Hoyt Park on Sunday, Sept. 10. (photos by John Gregory)

Crowd enjoys energetic concert

The Mighty Untouchables performed in front of an appreciative crowd on Sunday evening during the final summer concert of the 2017 Scripps Ranch Symphony in the Park Concert Series.

The band brought its “A” game to Hoyt Park, and they did not disappoint on a surprisingly muggy September night. The sound, beautifully accentuated by a magnificent three-piece horn section, was superb. Vocals were excellent as well.

A large number of audience members came forward to fill the dance area, and they danced often. They worked up a big sweat, no doubt.

The Mighty Untouchables promised a high-energy show with a multi-talented group of vocalists and musicians — and they delivered. This band was an excellent choice to top off the summer concert schedule.

The last concert for the 2017 Scripps Ranch Symphony in the Park Series will be the holiday concert scheduled for 5 p.m., Dec. 10 in Jerabek Park. It will feature holiday music, candy canes, light sticks, a fire truck and a visit from Santa. Visit

Lead female vocalist Danielle Tucker seemed to have as much fun as the audience.
Leonard Tucker was dialed-in, enchanting the audience with his voice and moves Sunday night.
The band’s sound was accentuated by an excellent horn section.
Children could not help but dance to the sounds.
Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air provided perfectly pink handouts for the kids.
A large number from the audience filled the dance area, and danced often.
Vocalist Donovan Hurst has an impressive voice and excellent stage presence.

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