The Rec Centers’ Music on the Green series returns to the R.H. Johnson Great Lawn beginning Wednesday, Jan. 11!
Each show is free, no tickets are required. Shows will begin at 6 p.m. Make sure to bring a lawn chair for each show.
Check out the schedule of shows down below!
Update: Due to the expected cold weather, Music on the Green with Byron Brothers has been rescheduled to Wednesday, Feb. 1. The newly rescheduled show will still take place at the RHJ Great Lawn and begin at 6 p.m.
Taking the Stage
Wednesday, Jan. 11
The Salt Miners offer a dynamic, highly engaging live performance. These pros offer originals and unique Blues, rock, and R&B songs
Wednesday, Jan. 25
Wednesday, Feb. 1
Come out and enjoy the music of Byron Brothers. His music will get you out of your seat and on the dance floor!
Still Above Ground
Wednesday, Feb. 8
The band plays rock n’ roll (mostly from the ‘60s and ‘70s) and some Country Western. They have six members: Cheryl Uhles (band cofounder), bass; Dave Carlson (co-founder), rhythm guitar and vocals; Ed Tannheimer, lead guitar and vocals; JR Lampley, percussion; Shelly Hilton, vocalist; and Kevin Husen, vocalist. Their variety of style will sure get you to dance. So come prepared to enjoy an evening of music and all that is fun!
Wednesday, Feb. 22
Crooner John Gamber is a familiar face and voice, having performed throughout the Valley for many years. He began his career the evening his wife dragged him to a dinner theater audition (where she also performed) – and the rest is history! Upon moving to Sun City West, John performed at the Skye restaurant in Peoria where he opened for The Drifters, The Tokens, Jay and the Americans and others.
Wednesday, March 8
Country Crossing members have more than 100 years of performing experience combined. The trio’s singing and playing style will have your toes tapping and your ears smiling. They play a large repertoire of country, folk, bluegrass, gospel, and contemporary music. Steve Kehler boasts a unique folksy voice and is a natural on the harmonica, guitar, and mandolin. Darlene Kehler is the group’s master of ceremonies and plays bass. Alan Lister is the newest member of the group. He has been known to sing some of his original songs, adds harmony, and plays a superb flat-picking guitar. This trio has played many churches, libraries, festivals, patio parties, and Sun City West clubs. They look forward to seeing everyone at the Great Lawn.
Sun Canyon Bank
Thank you to our sponsor for the Music on the Green series, Sun Canyon Bank! Learn more about them by clicking here.
R.H. Johnson Great Lawn
The R.H. Johnson Great Lawn is located at the R.H. Recreation Center (19803 N R H Johnson Blvd.), behind the pool and next to the Bocce courts. For a map of the facility, click here.