Local artists to bring Music in the Park series to a close
A collection of local performers will bring the Dickson Parks and Recreation Department’s Music in the Park concert series to a close on Friday, September 13.
Originally scheduled to end in August, the series ending show in Holland Park was postponed due to threat of inclement weather, The free concert begins at 6 pm on the stage in the park in downtown Dickson. Those who are attending can bring lawn chairs or blankets with picnics to enjoy the music.
This Friday night’s lineup is The Yella Belly Boys at 6 pm, Landon Taylor at 7 pm, and Lance Curtis at 8 pm.
Walker Jennette and Cody McCliss have been making music as The Yella Belly Boys for four years. They have been playing as local venues, including the Dickson County Fair last week. The band includes guitarist Larry Watts, drummer Marcus Wuertz, and bassist Tristan Akins.
Landon Taylor graduated from Dickson County High School in 2018 and will attend Lipscomb University’s Commercial Music program in the spring semester.
Lance Curtis is a Nashville recording artist, songwriter, and performer, and also a recent transplant from Arkansas to Dickson. He is a two time nominee for young Artist of the Year at the Arkansas Country Music Awards.
Curtis recently released his debut album “Sounds Like Country” and the single “I’ll Stand for You,” was recorded at Off The Row Records in Nashville.
He has performed at various venues in the region, including The Bluebird Cafe and has upcoming shows in Arkansas, Nashville, and at Salt and Pepper Grill in White Bluff and the Storytellers Museum in Bon Aqua.
For more information on Music in the Park or other events and programs of the Dickson Parks and Recreation Department, call 615-446-1721, visit cityofdickson.com or like the City of Dickson Parks and Recreation Department page on Facebook.