After much anticipation, the Museums of Western Colorado and Home Loan would like to announce the upcoming Cross Orchards Summer Concert Series. The concert venue, the historic barn at Cross Orchards Historic Site, will feature a wide variety of performers and provide the perfect ambience for a midsummer night’s concert. Doors will open at 6:00 pm and performances will begin at 7:00 pm. Performances will include the following:
Thomasina Russell has loved music all her life, and has been a songwriting and guitar-playing singer for over 20 years. Her musical experiences include learning and performing with some of the best: Grammy Award-winning songwriter Joe Allen, Hazel Miller, Eddie Watkins Jr., and more. Musical adventures led Russell to Austin, TX where her music was dubbed “Country Blues.”
The Doubious Brothers, a Western Slope band with influences of Americana, blues, rock, country, and jazz, will have you tapping your toes and jumping out of your seat. This concert is sponsored in part by Enstrom Toffee & Confectionery.
King ‘n Trio is a band known for its folk, Irish, and Americana tunes. Enjoy the traditional folk sounds of string bass, banjo, and harmonica with this band which has become a Grand Valley sensation!
Bobby Jimenez is a Native American Flutist of Huichole Indian and Mexican descent who hails from Montrose. He plays regularly at the Ute Indian Museum and Gateway Canyon Resort. For Bobby, the beautiful and melodic sounds of the flute can be a great healer. (We apologize for not having a photo of Bobby at this time.)
The Cross Orchards Summer Concert Series is sponsored in part by Home Loan Insurance and Nationwide. Tickets for each of the performances are $10, and seating is limited to 100. Tickets may be purchased online or by contacting Denise Yanez at firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information about the Summer Concert Series and other events, please contact the Museums of Western Colorado at (970) 242-0971. You can also visit our website at museumofwesternco.org to find out more.