May 1: King Street Bluegrass
A 2021 Wammie Award finalist, King Street Bluegrass has blues, folk and country influences. The members have rural, farm and coal miner family roots from the mountains of West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Southern Virginia. The band has regaled audiences with familiar bluegrass, country, Americana and original tunes since 2008.
May 8: Josette and Bill
Josette and Bill are two local artists playing a variety of covers from the last several decades. They have played in a variety of shows from restaurants and bars to festivals. Their acoustic music is designed to appeal to the masses.
May 15: Karen Collins and the Backroads Band
Listen to traditional country music with passion. Karen writes honky-tonk songs about subjects ranging from heartaches to traffic jams, showcasing an upbeat and authentic country sound.
May 22: OMHS Steel Drum Band
Students from Old Mill High School perform in their steel drum band under the direction of Mike Miller. They play all kinds of music from reggae to rock.
May 29: Guava Jelly Trio
This Annapolis-based acoustic duo/trio plays a mix of reggae, pop, rock and country music. The band is a Caribbean-infused trio whose reggae vibes are woven throughout the fabric of the band’s wide diversity of music.
All concerts start at 4:00pm and run approximately two hours. Hatton Regester Green is in Severna Park at the intersection of B&A Boulevard, Evergreen Road and Holly Avenue. Parking is limited. Please feel free to bring a blanket and/or chairs. In the case of rain, concerts will be canceled. For more information, contact email@example.com or David Greene at 443-994-8074.
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