Madagascar born singer-songwriter Razia Said will perform a Merwin Meadows Sunday, and rain won't be a problem. Just days ago, showers forced the Wilton Parks and Recreation Dept. to scramble to find another setting for the Joni Wallace & Friends concert at the Meadows.
This time, however, Parks and Rec has a backup plan. If it rains Sunday -- and early weather reports say it will -- the concert will move to the high school auditorium. There will be no last-minute hunt for an alternative venue.
Razia Said , the headliner, has appeared in concert all over the world. Recently switched from performing R&B and jazz in English to the rhythms and melodies of her native Madagascar in the Malagasy language.
The Kenn Morr Band also performs Sunday at Merwin Meadows. Morr's website says "Bob Dylan's brand of acoustic rock is referenced by Kenn's low persuasive tones, and traces of John Mellencamp are recognizable in the songs' heartfelt quality and accessibility."
The free concert begins at 5:30 p.m.
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