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Concerts in the Park: Kyle Rowland Blues

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Participating Food Trucks: The Fry Boys & Kona Ice of Carmichael

Welcome back to Carmichael Park and the annual Concerts in the Park series! Bring your family, blankets and lawn chairs out for FREE music this summer at the Daniel Bishop Memorial Pavilion in Carmichael Park. Water is available for purchase. Picnic baskets are welcome!

View the Concerts in the Park series schedule

“Blues harmonica player of the year” and “Blues New Artist of The Year” in 2009 from the West Coast Blues Hall of Fame, Kyle Rowland, has been dominating the stage since the tender age of 10 years old. Beginning his career sitting in and receiving lessons from the hit Sacramento band, Mick Martin and the Blues Rockers, for 7 consecutive years, Kyle quickly and naturally developed his own sound. With help from a few of his heroes such as James Cotton, Hubert Sumlin, Matt “Guitar” Murphy, Lazy Lester and many others, Kyle learned specific techniques of stage presence, the music business, and several highly revered harmonica secrets.

At 16 years old Kyle formed his own band. Keeping the tradition alive and sticking with the roots, The Kyle Rowland Blues Band dishes out a sauté of boisterous Chicago and swampy Texas blues with a pinch of West Coast swing. Danceable and listenable, this show will have you wanting more with your toes tapping into the next morning.

Please Note: Concert schedule and food trucks are subject to change.


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