FREE CONCERT in Discovery Park: Chris Daniels & The Kings
PRESENTED BY PARKER ARTS
Professor by day, blues king by night: Chris Daniels is a masterful musician, with a history stretching back 40 years in the industry. With his band the Kings, Chris delivers classically inspired blues, with raging horns, sizzling guitar licks and a groovy backbeat. Top it off with his smooth, King-inspired vocals, and you’ll have trouble keeping still. This is a band you can dance to, not one you just listen to.
20115 E. Mainstreet
Thursday, July 6 - 6:00 - 8:00 PM
PARKER ARTS is proud to present the DISCOVERY PARK Summer Concert Series. Join us for these free concerts hosted in Parker’s brand new amphitheater. This state-of-the-art venue features an open-space design and a number of exciting amenities, such as monumental art pieces and an interactive water fountain for the kids. Feel free to bring your picnic baskets, your lawn chairs and your beach blankets, enjoy the open green space, and listen to some good music. Summertime has never sounded so good in Parker, CO.
This space is open to patrons of all ages. Due to its open-space design, no alcoholic beverages are allowed. Snacks, water, and soda will be available for purchase.
Discovery Park Summer Concert Series is sponsored by
ABOUT CHRIS DANIELS AND THE KINGS:
Chris Daniels is not related to Charlie or Jack or Bill — though often asked that question. Starting as a 17 year old songwriter and guitarist back in the 70s when he played with David Johansen, (before the New York Dolls) and later with Russell Smith (after The Rhythm Aces), Chris has performed thousands of shows, touring 40 out of every 52 weeks with his current band Chris Daniels & the Kings for 25 years. He has worked making records and performing with some of the most respected musicians in the business, including Sonny Landreth, Sam Bush, Bela Fleck, David Bromberg, Al Kooper, Bill Payne, and Don Was to name only a few. He was the founder of the Telluride After Hours Jam playing that festival on and off for ten years beginning in 1975.
For more information on Chris Daniels and the Kings, visit their website HERE.
CLICK HERE for a sneak peek of the performance!