On Sunday, June 10th, at 2p, the second free acoustic concert in the Music In The Sculpture Garden series takes place at History House. Produced by John Nordstrand, these concerts showcase some of the best musical talents in the Puget Sound – in a covered courtyard, and a family friendly setting.
This week two local singer-songwriters – Kevin Jones and Ron Wiley – will entertain audiences with original songs. Jones’ original lyrics, world-class guitar playing and powerful voice have gotten him praise from Roberta Cruger, in the Seattle Weekly, who wrote in a review, “with a voice and lyrics to match the sweet strains of his guitar, Kevin could be Seattle’s version of Jackson Browne.” Wiley, another talented singer and guitarist, has proven more than capable of sharing the stage – and the spotlight – with Jones. See them separately and together this Sunday in the Sculpture Garden.
The concert series is free to the public, thanks to a community grant from the Fremont Chamber of Commerce and generous donations from the wider Fremont community including B.F. Day Elementary School, Milstead & Co., Blue Moon Burgers, Free Range Cycles, Fremont Brewing Company, Roxy’s Diner/Backdoor @ Roxy’s, The Ballroom, Songwriters In Seattle, PCC Natural Markets, U-Park Systems, Brown Bear Carwash, Nancy Norstrand Design, Cougar Mountain Productions, Standing Stone, Hale’s Ales Brewery, Pel’Meni Dumpling Tzar, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, KBCS 91.3 FM, Union Bank, Theo Chocolate, Kylie’s Chicago Pizza, 4Culture, El Camino, Fremont Dock Co, Starbucks – Fremont, The UPS Store, Victory Music, and Homegrown.