Lawn Concert: 3hattrio
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Hailed by Westword as the “Best Museum for Music Lovers,” the Clyfford Still Museum brings you a summer to remember! Join us for the third of our summer lawn concerts tomorrow night!
Have you always wanted to pick up a Ukulele? Join us before the lawn concert for a free mini-lesson from 5-5:20 pm courtesy of Swallow Hill Music! Learn a few chords, some basic strumming patterns and before you know it, you’ll be playing along with instructor Casey Cormier. Ukes will be provided!
3hattrio fuses American folk music with outsider elements to create a unique sound they call American Desert Music. Their highly original sound is rooted in and inspired by the natural world of their home in Virgin, Utah, near Zion National Park. The group comprises Hal Cannon, a scholar of cowboy music and poetry; Greg Istock on acoustic bass and foot percussion; and Eli Wrankle, a classically trained violinist. American Songwriter Magazine writes about their latest record, “It’s a compelling, hypnotizing, uncompromising album that naturally pushes boundaries to create an idiosyncratic genre this band can rightly call its own.”
Presented in partnership with Swallow Hill Music. Gourmet sausages from Biker Jim’s, vegetarian fare, beer, and wine from Leven Deli, and Peteybird ice cream sandwiches will be available for purchase.
No registration required
Free Museum admission 5–8 p.m.
Bring your dancing shoes