Niagara Gazette — "He was a much larger character than anyone else we know," Altbach said. "He was a rock star, a singin' fool."
Along with the music, a history of King Harvest will be presented in photos, film/video footage and comments by the band mates.
The show will begin at 8:30 p.m. today. Tickets cost $25 each; a King Harvest T-shirt and DVD containing 2012 Olcott concert footage and the band's interview with WLVL's Paul Oates, come with each purchase. All of the proceeds are going to the Carousel Park, Altbach said.
Tickets are being sold at the Carousel Park, Lighthouse Grill-n-Spirits, Mariner's Landing, Images of the Past and Park Place Restaurant in Olcott, Wilson's Pizza and the town supervisor's office in Newfane, Schulze Wine in Burt and Cammarata's restaurant and WLVL in Lockport.IF YOU GO • WHAT: King Harvest Unplugged, a concert • WHEN: 8:30 p.m. today • WHERE: Olcott Beach Carousel Park • ADMISSION: Tickets are $25 each