Visible LIVE bringing music to gazebo every Monday

Enjoy an evening of music in historic Cooper-Young every Monday in June and July, as Visible Music College hosts Visible LIVE at the gazebo on the corner of Cooper and Young from 6 to 8 p.m.

June 4, Darien Clea will present her combination of indie-rock and folk-pop sounds. Darien’s music is refreshingly addictive rhythmic and melodic and voyages through all the heart’s territories, from whimsy to sincerity.

The Sunday Traffic Brass Quintet will perform their toe-tapping mixture of musical genres, be it Broadway to jazz, classical to patriotic, holiday to ragtime. Gather around to hear Yancy and Yancy perform their unique vocal blending of folk, bluegrass, Americana and gospel music. Sunburnt Moon will be sharing their blending brand of folk/country/pop music. Singer/songwriters,Taylor Bothwell and Andrew Cabigao will perform both original music as well as a catalog of popular tunes.

Visible Music College “gets” the idea that creative young people need a place to develop technical and artistic skills. Visible is an independent college designed to prepare artists, technicians and business professionals for skilled, relational service in the arts industries and the church. et, Visible is more than a college campus it is a community of artists who want to bring the culture of God’s kingdom to modern society.

All entertainers will be students, past students, friends or teachers connected with the college.

– Cooper-Young Business Association

Music Schedule:

June 4: Darien Clea

June 11: The Sunday Traffic Brass Quintet

June 18: Yancy & Yancy

June 25: Darien Clea

July 2: Sunburnt Moon

July 9: The Sunday Traffic Brass Quintet

July 16: Darien Clea

July 23: Yancy & Yancy

July 30: Darien Clea

 

Author: LampLighter

The voice of Cooper-Young, a vibrant, diverse neighborhood to live, work and play, in the heart of Midtown Memphis, Tennessee.

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