Dangerous Curvz plays at the Greg Johnston Summer Concert and the Staff Council Reception and Dance Party. Photo by David Otero
Dangerous Curvz plays at the Greg Johnston Summer Concert and the Staff Council Reception and Dance Party. Photo by David Otero


Staff Appreciation Month continues with the Greg Johnston Summer Concert and Barbecue Wednesday, July 10 from noon to 1 p.m. on Cornell Mall, near the south entrance of the Student Union Building.

The concert features Dangerous Curvz, a five-member dance band that plays everything from classic rock and R&B; to blues and pop rock. Dangerous Curvz makes sure audiences enjoy every moment of their performance.

For $5, you can purchase a freshly grilled hamburger or hot dog (vegetarian option available) chips, ice cream sandwiches and lemonade.

The Greg Johnston Summer Concerts are named in honor and recognition for Johnston’s work as founder of the concerts on behalf of the Staff Council Work+Life committee. The concerts are intended to provide a noon-hour respite for UNM employees and students. Johnston, who worked in the University Communication and Marketing Department as a Sr. University Communications Specialist, died in Feb. 2007 after a battle with cancer.

The concert is supported by the UNM Staff Council and its Work+Life Committee, and sponsored by the Division of Students Affairs and the UNM Foundation.

For more information on the band, visit their official Web site at Dangerous Curvz.

For a com­plete story on July’s Staff Appre­ci­a­tion Month activ­i­ties visit Staff Council.