HYANNIS – Our afternoon plans changed on Sunday afternoon when we were walking down Hyannis Main Street and heard the Clayton Restaino Project.
Sunday was a beautiful afternoon. Main Street was closed for a special five-hours of pedestrian play in downtown Hyannis. It was a bit of a springtime street party. We saw hula hoops, kids and bikes, and we also heard a lot of good music – especially jazz.
But when we walked by the Duck Inn Pub and heard the blues played by the Clayton Restaino Project – Fred Clayton on bass, Steve Restaino on guitar and Christian McCarthy on drums – we were hooked.
Soon, the band was playing this original, “Making Money For The Mob.”
They were so good that we came in off the street, sat on the outdoor patio, and enjoyed the rest of the show.
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