Mark Lindsay, better known as the lead vocalist for Paul Revere & the Raiders, will play the Kenley Centennial Amphitheater in Layton Saturday, July 18. The music will begin at 8 p.m.

Lindsay began his career in music after a country music disc jockey, Freddy Chapman, recruited the youngster to sing backups in the band Freddy Champman & the Idaho Playboys.The guitarists for the Idaho Playboys were "Mooney" and Dick White, who decided to form another band with keyboardist Revere Dick. Lindsay talked his way into singing "Crazy Arms" during a gig. In a few weeks, Lindsay became the lead singer for the band that featured Revere, the Whites and drummer Jerry Labrum. The band eventually changed its name to Paul Revere and the Raiders.

The Raiders' hits include "Hungry," "Arizona," "Good Thing," Cinderella Sunshine," "Let Me" and the No. 1 smash, "Indian Reservation."

Reserved tickets for the concert are $18 for adults; $16 for senior citizens and children and $85 per family, up to four children. General admission tickets are $15, $13 and $65.

Reserved tickets are available at the Heritage Museum, 403 N. Wasatch Drive, in Layton or by calling 546-3524. General admission tickets are available at the Heritage Museum, all First National Banks, Dan's Foods in Layton or by calling 546-3524. There is also a two-for-one weekend ticket special. Call 546-3524 for more information.