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Posted: August 16, 2021

The Pretty, The Tall and the busy deliver August 21

Another free community concert will roll out for public pleasure on August 21 at Rotary Park in Cranbrook.

The busy volunteers of Fisher Peak Performing Artists Society never ‘miss a beat’ when it comes to delivering quality live music during the Summer Sounds concert series that originated 2014.

At 6 p.m.

TALL TIMBERS will fill the park with fine-tuned music that inspires heaps of dancing and laughter. Tall Timbers is a musical trio rooted in Cranbrook.

Established in 2019, the aim of friends; Drew Prinn (vocals), Ken Vargas (rhythm guitar, percussion & vocals), and Landon Schira (lead guitar & vocals) is always to have as much fun as possible, while providing audiences with a great show.

You’ll be mesmerized by their unique voices in beautiful harmonies and carefully crafted renditions of songs by the likes of: Fleetwood Mac, Amy Winehouse, The Allman Brothers, Radiohead, Eric Clapton, Eagles, The Beatles, and more.

7:30 p.m.


This five-piece Kootenay rock band pay homage to the greats from the past … Led Zeppelin, Foo Fighters, AC/DC, the Police, Queen, and David Bowie, to modern rockers like Dorothy, the Offspring, and Muse. While maintaining the purity of classic tunes they also rewrite and put their own touch on several songs. Vocals are led by the impressive Sarah Turk. Guitarists are Mark Rosini and Graham Barnes who bring years of experience and style to their shows. Janice Nicli on bass guitar, along with drummer Ward Morton, hold down the beat and anchor this rock band. Together they hold a reputation for a formidable and entertaining performance!

The music of Summer Sounds is complimented each week by craft brew from Cranbrook’s own Fisher Peak Brewing Company and delicious food served by vendors on site.

Please remember to bring your water bottle and FPPAS volunteers will refill it for free to keep you hydrated.  They recommend leaving your pets at home and bringing your whole family, friends and/or visitors, but not your own alcoholic beverages which could compromise their event liquor license. Information on all artists can be found at  Volunteers are always welcome and appreciated.
They encourage everyone to join them in practicing the COMMUNITY CARE PLAN:

  • Stay home if you’re not feeling well or if you have recently been around someone who has tested positive for a communicable disease;
  • Allow space between your spot and others;
  • Sanitize your hands often;
  • Be respectful as we all adjust to reconnection at a different pace;
  • Masking is encouraged – not mandatory;
  • Use Rotary Park’s designated entry/exits;
  • Be kind to our wonderful volunteers;
  • Dance in your own space;
  • Free masks and hand sanitizer will be available.

Lead image: Pretty For The People. Photos submitted

Fisher Peak Performing Artists Society

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