Winged Deer Park’s Lakeside Concert Series continues from 7-9 p.m. on Thursday, June 13, at the park’s Lakefront Festival Plaza Goulding Amphitheatre when Victor Lawson & Boogie Chillen with Catfish Frye perform.
Lawson formed the group in 2010, which has since earned a reputation as a good-time party band that plays soulful blues, down-in-the-mud rock ‘n’ roll and funk. Lawson’s incendiary guitar playing and powerful performances have riveted audiences in Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia performing in bars, saloons, restaurants, festivals and wherever people gather for good times.
Catfish Frye has teamed with Lawson several times over the past few years, sharing the vocals and dishing out both old-school and modern-day harmonica chops sure to keep your feet stomping. Drummer Dan Morefield and bassist Jamey Gillenwater round out the rocking boogie bottom.
The concerts are free. Attendees are encouraged to bring a blanket or folding chair and relax, or step out onto the amphitheater and shake it loose. The location offers easy access, free parking, concessions, a playground and an opportunity to make new friends or catch up with old ones.
The lakeside concerts are from 7-9 p.m. each Thursday through Aug. 8 at Winged Deer Park, 199 Carroll Creek Road, Johnson City.
The series schedule is as follows:
- June 13 – Victor Lawson & Boogie Chillen with Catfish Frye
- June 20 – Beach Nite Band
- June 27 – Hillbilly Bad
- July 4 – No concert
- July 11 – Model City Wrecking Crew
- July 18 – The Bosses
- July 25 – Jae Marie Project
- Aug. 1 – Sound Traveler
- Aug. 8 – Barefoot Movement
- Aug. 15 – Tri-Cities Jazz Orchestra
The Lakeside Concert Series is presented by The Johnson City News & Neighbor, 101.5 WQUT, Tri-Cities’ Classic Rock, Tennessee Department of Transportation, and Washington County Sheriff’s Office.
For more information, call 423-283-5815.
CONTACT: Mary Ann Kinch, marketing and events manager
Parks and Recreation