Indian Lake Community Association presents Arts in The Garden “an outdoor event that features music and poetry at the Community Teaching Garden on West Boylston Drive in Worcester. Performances will be every other Thursday starting July 7th from 6:30-8:00pm. Rain dates are the following day (Friday).
On September 21st we will be featuring musician Cross Tracks, and poet Tony Brown. Admission is FREE and patrons are encouraged to bring non-alcoholic beverages and snacks to this family friendly event. Join us for an awesome time at Arts in The Garden!
Cross Tracks is a 4 piece acoustic band that includes guitar, fiddle, mandolin, harmonica and bass. Our name signifies that we have crossed the tracks of musical genre many times. Our music is drawn from several different traditions including folk, bluegrass, country, jug band, rock and blues that seamlessly fits together by a unified sound. We have played at many venues across New England including music venues, orchards, fairs and farmer’s markets. We love to perform! Our goal is to always deliver a performance that will help people feel better when they leave than they did when they arrived.
Tony Brown is the author of nine individual chapbooks of poetry plus five ‘best of’ collections. He is also known for his vocal and musical talents as the front man to one of the regions most popular and provocative groups, The Duende Project. You can purchase his chapbooks and follow Tony’s work at his blog, Dark Matter.