Music Mondays 2020
For Immediate Release
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Sue O’Halloran, President, Center For the Arts Foundation
Music Mondays Coordinator:
Shannon Chisom, SRC Community Consulting, LLC 503-750-3785
MUSIC MONDAYS is Happening! Virtual Monday concerts will be coming via LIVE Broadcast on each Monday, July and August, at 7 pm, in a collaboration with MetroEast Community Media. Center For The Arts Foundation is pleased to find an opportunity to share exciting music and performances starting July 6th, 7 to 8 pm on our Facebook page or on the MetroEast Community Media channels.
Thank you to sponsors: Weston Kia, Clackamas County Bank, Michael McKeel DMD, KMO Real Estate and City of Gresham for helping to bring the resources together for the virtual programming.
For 10 years Music Mondays on Gresham’s Art Plaza has been an annual weekly event for July and August. The free concerts feature a variety of musical groups each Monday evening. To celebrate the 11th anniversary during this challenging time, we bring you an amazing list of local musicians.
Summer 2020 Schedule
|July 6||Timothy James||2019 Music Monday favorite of R&B, Blues|
|July 13||Sonny Hess Band||Female-Driven Blues|
|July 20||Kaloku and the Krew||Hawaiian Reggae|
|July 27||Rich Layton & Tough Town||Texas-style Blues|
|August 3||Bobby & Friends||Country Through the Years|
|August 10||Bayou Boyz||Zydeco sounds|
|August 17||Remedy||Classic rock thru the ’70s, ’80s & ’90s|
|August 24||Mosaique||Featuring torch & jazz vocalist Thea Enos|
|August 31||Patrick Lamb||Portland touring star in pop, Blues & contemporary jazz|
Thank You, Sponsors
CENTER FOR THE ARTS FOUNDATION:
The mission of the Center For The Arts Foundation is to promote, facilitate, and advocate for the arts in Gresham and the surrounding areas. We do this by cultivating financial and other necessary resources to support the arts. Our vision is a community enriched by vibrant and diverse art experiences for Gresham and the surrounding areas. Arts are universal. Communities with vibrant arts opportunities are healthier and overall better places to live. Our goal is to encourage greater artistic opportunities for the East County community. We do this by cultivating financial and other necessary resources to support the arts