Fullerton Public Library Hosts ‘Day of Music’ Concert and Wine Tasting
Fullerton, CA – A glass of wine and a little music will be the plan for Fullerton’s first annual Day of Music celebration on Sunday, June 21 from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. The Fullerton Public Library will pair a glass of wine with a menu of music of Americana from the trio group Featherstone, local vocalist Lew Dentler, and Native American flutist ZenJames. The event is free and open to the public.
The event includes a ticket for a complimentary glass of wine for guests over the age of 21 to go with the live music.
“Music is another way to tell a story,” said Fullerton Library Director Maureen Gebelein, “and stories and knowledge are what libraries are all about.
Featherstone, a trio group, has a wide-ranging repertoire of three-part harmony of Americana music. They have performed at the Bluesapalooza Thunderfest, the Frethouse Concert Hall, and a variety of festivals throughout southern California.
Eclectic musician Lew Dentler plays a little bit country and a little bit rock’n’roll, flavored with original pop and folk tunes. Dentler has also produced the Fullerton Public Library’s Local Talent Showcase series for the past three years.
Native American flutist ZenJames’s style is a fusion of traditional Native American music and jazz. He has previously performed at Fullerton Public Library to a full house.
The Fullerton Public Library is located at 353 West Commonwealth Ave., Fullerton. Admission is free.
For more information about this free concert, please contact the Fullerton Public Library at (714) 738-6326.