Percy Hilo will be one of two acts performing at the Music In The Sculpture Garden concert at History House on July 22nd, 2012 Photo provided by MITSG '12
On Sunday, July 22nd, from 2p – 4p, the music in the Sculpture Garden of History House continues to play. This week, enjoy the sounds of Percy Hilo and of The Lost River String Band, for FREE, in a cool, relaxing, family-friendly atmosphere – before and after touring the Fremont Sunday Market.
Singer-songwriter Percy Hilo has performed his original American Folk songs around the Northwest for over 30 years, at coffeehouses, festivals, community events and many worthwhile benefits, as well as around-the-world. He believes in sing-a-longs, and tempering social concern with humor.
The Lost River String Band will perform at the Music In The Sculpture Garden concert at History House on Sunday, July 22nd, 2012 Photo provided by MITSG '12
The Lost River String Band consists of ‘Hanging Chad’ Van Dam on stand-up bass, ‘Sleepy Joe’ Rodriguez on mouth harp & small percussion, and Joe Calhoun on guitar and providing vocals. Together, they proudly play folk, country blues, and bluegrass, and sing songs about moonshine and rascals you wouldn’t want your daughter dating.
Come listen to some of Puget Sound’s best acoustic musicians, all for free – although donations and tips are appreciated. This eighth annual Music In The Sculpture Garden concert series has been produced by John Nordstrand, and provided by generous support from area businesses and organizations.