WILLIAMSTOWN -- The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute will continue its tradition of presenting free family-friendly outdoor summer band concerts on Tuesdays in July beginning at 6 p.m.
On July 10, Misty Blues will perform "blues you can groove to," rock and folk songs infused with classic blues sounds.
Misty Blues features lead vocalist Gina Coleman, guitarist and vocalist Jason Webster, bass guitarist and vocalist Bill Patriquin, and drummer Kali Baba McConnell.
The band has produced two albums, "Electric Juke Joint" and "Roadhouse Revival," a danceable twist on traditional gospel music.
The Clark’s family-friendly outdoor band concert series offers a wide array of bands with diverse musical styles. The series continues with Banjo Dan and the Mid-nite Plowboys on July 17, New England bluegrass at its best, and concludes on July 24 with the Latin guitar world-fusion group Incendio, taking instrumental Spanish guitar music to new and uncharted artistic levels.
The summer band concert series is sponsored by Williamstown Savings Bank. Throughout the series, barbecue fare will be available for purchase and the galleries will remain open for visitors until 6 p.m. In the event of rain, concerts will be held in the auditorium.
About the Clark The Clark is at 225 South St. Information: 413 458 2303 or clarkart.edu.