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No concerts in the park for Paso Robles this week 

Concerts in the parkThe 2014 Paso Robles Concerts in the Park series is taking a week off this Friday, a traditional day off with the California Mid-State Fair in full swing. But the series will be heating up in August.

Paso Robles Concerts in the Park

Burning James & The Funky Flames.

Burning James & The Funky Flames, Aug. 1

The City of Paso Robles, REC Foundation, and J. Lohr Vineyards and Wines invite you to enjoy Burning James & The Funky Flames on Friday, August 1. Sponsored by 1st District Supervisor Frank Mecham and 6th in the 9-part summer concert series, the five members of the Funky Flames are all accomplished musicians, veterans of many bands and musical styles who favor lots of old school funk, soul and blues grooves. And be sure to enjoy delicious food from Fish Gaucho, available for purchase.

Unfinished Business, Aug. 8

Unfinished Business

Unfinished Business in concert.

Next in the series and sponsored by Connect Home Loans & Lisa J. Lewis is Unfinished Business on Friday, August 8. The ’60s may be long gone, but the members of Unfinished Business still have a passion for the music of that era and their “unfinished business” is to pick up where they all left off performing the hits of the ’60s by the great artists of the era, ranging from The Animals to The Zombies and including The Beatles, The Beach Boys, The Rolling Stones, and various Motown artists. Long live ’60s rock n roll. Food will be served by Thomas Hill Organics.

Soul Sauce, Aug. 15

If you like music that is tasty and hot, reach for the Soul Sauce on Friday, August 15. Whether it is a rockin’ soul song or a heartfelt ballad, the talent of these veteran musicians playing and singing in four-part harmony creates a stew of cookin’ tunes you’re sure to enjoy. Sponsored by Union Bank with food provided by Odyssey World Café, savor your summer.

Monte Mills & The Lucky Horseshoe Bank, Aug. 22

Monte Mills plays at concerts in the park

Monte Mills plays at the park

Wrap up your summer of live music with everyone’s favorite — Monte Mills & The Lucky Horseshoe Bank on Friday, August 22. A true singing cowboy, Mills considers the Lucky Horseshoe Band a “side job” compared to his full-time occupation as a horseshoer; his answering machine message starts with a yodel. Sponsored by Prudential Hallmark Realty & First American Title, keep the western theme going with delicious food provided by F. McLintock’s Saloon.

August’s summer concerts begin at 5:30 pm in the downtown City Park. J. Lohr Vineyards & Wine, Firestone on-tap beer, water, and soda will be available for purchase, with all net proceeds from the beverage sales going to the REC Foundation to help enhance parks and recreation in Paso Robles. The city asks visitors to please refrain from bringing beverages to the concerts in order to show support for the REC Foundation. Dogs are not allowed in the City Park. Concerts in the Park is presented in cooperation with Paso Robles Magazine and the Downtown Paso Robles Main Street Association.

Paso Robles Concerts in the Park Series for summer 2014

  • June 20: Damon Castillo (Old School Soul)
  • June 27: Incendio (World Fusion)
  • July 4: Usual Suspects (Rock & Roll)
  • July 11: One Time Spaceman (American Rock)
  • July 18: The Wayward Ones (American Rock)
  • August 1: Burning James and the Funky Flames (Soul)
  • August 8: Unfinished Business (Sixties Rock & Roll)
  • August 15: Soul Sauce (Rock, Soul, Reggae)
  • August 22: Monte Mills (Country)

About the author: Scott Brennan

Scott Brennan is the editor and publisher of the Paso Robles Daily News.

4 Responses to No concerts in the park for Paso Robles this week

  1. Adam Levine

    HUMAN NATION IS JULY 5! (NOT AIR FORCE BAND)

  2. Editor

    Thank you for the update.

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