ST. GEORGE — Dick Earl’s Electric Witness, a blues trio with an astonishing production of layered sounds and rhythms, will perform in the next edition of the free Concert in the Park, set for May 10 at 7:30 p.m. at Vernon Worthen Park (300 South 400 East).
“Concert in the Park is a great way to start the week. Bring a chair, something to munch on and take in some great blues music,” said Emily Reed, Community Arts and Exhibits Manager for the City of St. George. “It’s a great experience for people of all ages.”
The combination of Dick Earl Ericksen’s stirring harmonica, guitar styling and raw vocals have been described as “honest and strong, from the depths of a true blues man’s soul.” He has toured with nationally acclaimed Blues artist Tas Cru, appearing on stages stretching from New York to Memphis to Calgary.
About Concert in the Park
Concert in the Park 2021 Series is the second Monday of each month from April through September. It is free to the public and sponsored by the City of St. George with funding from the City of St. George RAP Tax, the Utah Division of Arts and Museums and the National Endowment for the Arts. Park seating is available, bring blankets, lawn chairs, food and the family. For information, call 627-4580.