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Posted: June 30, 2022

Summer Sounds concerts begin July 9

May Davis

Cranbrook citizens and visitors are invited to attend Rotary Park on Saturday, July 9 to bask in the incredible live music radiating from the Rotary Park bandstand from 6-10 p.m. in what will be the opening show of the 2022 Summer Sounds & Dancing in the Park concert series. This show is sponsored by The Heid Out Restaurant and Brewery.

These music shows are free to everyone each Saturday until August 27 and will feature different performers and a variety of music styles, thanks to the volunteers of the Fisher Peak Performing Artists Society, funding from Columbia Basin Trust and local business sponsors.

Fisher Peak Brewing Company will be serving their award-winning craft beer and other beverages, and food vendors will be offering delicious fare onsite.

Bring your own lawn chairs or blankets along with your friends and family, but they recommended leaving pets at home. The public is reminded of the City of Cranbrook’s Clean Air Bylaw No. 3940 that prohibits smoking or vaping in public places to protect the health and safety of everyone.

6 p.m. MAY DAVIS is an emerging singer-songwriter based in Revelstoke. Her unique and unforgettable sound pulls from blues, Americana, and old-time country western with smoky vocals that echo vintage crooners like Bobbie Gentry and Janis Joplin, but the unforgettable stories and songs she brings to the stage are all her own. In 2021, Davis released her first full-length album, One Way Ticket.

7 p.m. THE HURRICANES are Stacy DeCosse, vocals and guitars, and Ally Blake on the Irish fiddle (both pictured above). This popular duo entertains with tunes that range from Sheryl Crow to Joni Mitchell, along with an Irish jig or two. There’s something for everyone!

8 p.m. BAND OF BROTHERS is a high energy power trio made up of three sharply dressed brothers that dip into the classics of blues, blues rock, rock from the 60’s,70’s and some straight-ahead country rock. Brian, Greg and Dennis Brons, love to get people on their feet to dance, sing along and have a good time.  The brothers were members of the popular local band called Kenny and the Cruisers. Brian is also remembered for his work with The Grumpy Old Men, BB McGee, and Men in Blues.

Volunteer opportunities and more details at

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Fisher Peak Performing Artists Society

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