The Murray Arts Council (MAC) will continue its 2019 Concerts in the Park series on Saturday with performances by Wishing Well and Daisy Chain in Chatsworth City Park.
The concert is at 7 p.m. and is free to the public.
MAC's Concert in the Park series is sponsored by a grant from the Mohawk Carpet Foundation. Attendees are advised to bring a chair or blanket and a sun umbrella. Food and beverage vendors will be on site.
The City Park is at 444 Second Ave. behind City Hall and includes public restrooms in the back.
Wishing Well is a band from Dalton known for performing classic rock 'n' roll. They specialize in '70s and '80s rock with emphasis on "forgotten classics." Band members include Garry Seay on guitars/vocals, Jackie Patterson on keyboards, Kyle Ridley on guitars/vocals, Gregg Guinn on bass/vocals and Chris Pankau on drums/vocals.
Opening for Wishing Well is the Ellijay duo Daisy Chain. Monica and Michelle Wright have been making beautiful music together since 2011 and are an active part of Ellijay's music scene. On lead vocals is Monica whose voice is pure and sweet, yet raw with emotion. Michelle, on guitar, percussion and backup vocals, began playing guitar at age 8. She learned by ear and developed her skills with her eclectic tastes in music. With her ability to play percussion, guitar and sing, she blends them all into a looper, creating a truly entertaining and engaging experience.
The concert season also includes performances by Shakespeare in the Park by Back Alley Productions on Friday, Aug. 16, at 7 p.m., who will be performing "The Tempest." Other concerts will occur on Saturday nights and include Just Us & The Trailer Hippies on Aug. 17 and the 9th Street Stompers with Charlsey Etheridge on Sept. 21. The concert season opened with the Stephen Busie Band and Connor Priest on June 15.
If you would like additional information on the City Park Stage, Concerts in the Park or the Murray Arts Council, please visit www.murray-arts.com or visit the council's Facebook page.