Kyler and Jennifer and Uncle Chris! Music & Magic in the Park – July 12

The Winding Rivers Arts & Performance Society continues its wonderful Music & Magic! in the Park summer concert series with a visit from everyone’s favorite uncle – Uncle Chris the Clown! 

Uncle Chris is a “High-Energy” Entertainer who really gets his audience involved in everything that he does.  He generates laughter and excitement everywhere he performs.  And we’re not just talking about the children… Adults love him too!

This weeks headline musical performers are the fantastic Kyler Schogen Band from Edmonton, Alberta Kyler Schogen’s guitar based, feel good music, consists of catchy, bluesy, melodic rock. Their dynamic live shows are all about flowing grooves and heartfelt deliveries.

And that’s not all! Joining the fun is the ever-popular songstress from Back Valley, Cache Creek – Jennifer Ferguson! Many people know Jennifer as a solo vocal artist, but this time she is going to joined by a 3 piece band. Calling themselves Jenny and the Gents they promise to surprise and delight the audience with some wonderful renditions of many favorite songs spanning a multitude of genres. This is Jennifer as you have never heard her before!

The Sunpatch Food Truck will also be on hand to serve up their famous pizza! Plus there is also a chance to win some extra summer spending coin with our 50-50 draw! So bring the kids and family and friends and a lawn chair and enjoy a wonderfully packed evening of fun and entertainment!

When? Wednesday, July 12
Where? Ashcroft Heritage Place Park – 700 Railway Ave., Ashcroft
Price? Pass-the-hat donation
Times? Uncle Chris – 5:00 pm

Jenny and the Gents – 6:15 pm

Kyler Schogen Band – 7:00 pm

“(CD Review of “Pocket Fulla Nothin'”, SunCave Records – May 1/2011.) Kyler Schogen hits a

sweet spot musically, that area just where rock, blues and folk converge. It is a place which

musically, is almost ideal, at least to my ears, a devout blues lover, who appreciates a good rock

song, and the lyrical strength of folk. It’s a crossover locale others have visited, some making it their

musical home. Schogen should certainly make it his residence since he is clearly at home in this

neighbourhood. The end result is a pleasing CD, an effort worth lending an ear to, just maybe regularly.”

– Calvin Daniels, Yorkton This Week (Jul 27, 2011)