Summer Concert – Dakota Blonde


The Littleton Museum and the Friends of the Library and Museum are delighted to welcome families back to the museum front lawn for the 2021 Summer Concert Series. The concerts are free with first-come, first-served open seating. Attendees should gather with caution and are encouraged to wear masks and social distance, especially for those who are not vaccinated. For continued safety measures, there will be no food trucks or beverage service this year. You are welcome to bring your own blankets or lawn chairs and a picnic basket of snacks.

“Soulful, delicate, powerful, insightful… all that and more,” are the words Michael Johnson (International recording artist/song-writer) uses to describe Dakota Blonde. “Highly addictive & absolutely contagious” is how their loyal & captivated audiences describe them! Any way you put it, Dakota Blonde, made up of Mary Huckins, Don Pinnella & Tony Raddell have certainly played and sung their way into countless hearts & souls around the globe! They met through their careers in Music Therapy, working with children and adolescents who are emotionally troubled. Therapy… yes… they have a special knack for including audiences in their music and finding the heart strings that music plays in all of us. This special capacity for empathy could explain the titanium bond the band quickly forms with their audiences. “Wonderful souls on and off the stage!” Performing originals and covers with their unique blend of heart, humor, authenticity and spirit, Dakota Blonde has had overwhelming success with all of their CD releases! … and they just keep ‘em coming! The group has received top honors for their song-writing, CD projects and performances across the country, and even internationally. You certainly won’t want to miss the opportunity to become a Blonde-Head!