TWILIGHT THURSDAYS CONCERT SERIES 2018
Enjoy live music in the Garden Pavilion
945 N. Clovis Avenue, Clovis (just north of Alluvial Avenue)
September 13, 20, 27, & October 4
5:30 to 7:00 pm
FREE ADMISSION – Enjoy live music in the Garden
BRING YOUR PICNIC DINNER. Seating provided
COLD DRINKS AND DESSERTS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE
Thursday, Sept 13 – EVO BLUESTEIN
Evo Bluestein was raised in a household where many of this country’s finest folk performers were often visiting. By the time he grew up he had an education in American folk culture that would be hard to attain any other way. He performed many years with The Bluestein Family and in other bands, or solo. He has spent many years helping others learn to participate in music. He is a dance caller and teaches folk music and folk dance in schools throughout California. People of all ages will enjoy the many instruments and range of American folk music.
Thursday, Sept 20 – PATRICK CONTRERAS
Patrick Contreras, Electric Violinist has a unique sound born of Fresno. Encompassing Classical, Mariachi, Blues, Rock and Jazz. Prepare to be entertained by Creative original music and reinterpreted version of classics.
Thursday, Sept 27 – TWO FOR THE ROAD
“Two for the Road” (Donn Beedle and Karana Hattersley-Drayton) play Celtic and American roots music, from Irish fiddle tune medleys to Western swing and bluegrass songs. Their CD, “Bring It On Down” will be available for purc
Thursday, Oct. 4 – UNCLE EPHUS ‘not strictly an old time string band’
This old-time style band out of Fresno, California will get your feet tapping and your hands clapping. Doug Cornelius (front) brings a touch of class that only a washboard can provide to an old-time band. (Back) Linda Dryden’s vocal harmonies and autoharp add that genuine old-time sound. Ron Zastovnik’s mandolin melodies sometimes have a hint of bluegrass sound. Barbara LaRae will trade her banjo for a fiddle or harmonica depending on the song. Ed Hawke on bass has been known to take off on some great bass solos. Steve Barnett’s energetic guitar style frequently adds a spark to the rest of the band.
Clovis Botanical Garden volunteer