Saturday Afternoon Tunes at Cooper Creek Square
Ryan Summerlin September 6, 2012
WINTER PARK – Enjoy the autumn afternoon sunshine while listening to original music on Saturday, Sept. 8, at Cooper Creek Square with musician Rob Drabkin and special guest Brian McRae, on cajon (small box drum), from noon to 2 p.m. The concert is free and open to all ages.
With an infusion of lush vocals along with clever and complex time signatures, you’ll find yourself drawn into this unforgettable performance.
“I’m having a great time making music and I just want to inspire others to go after what will truly make them happy. Maybe that’s why I keep my hair a bit crazy. I just want to be expressive and keep creating music,” says Drabkin.
Voted Colorado’s Best Singer/Songwriter by Westword Magazine 2008- 2010, Drabkin gathered enough votes to earn his turn on stage at The Mile High Music Festival with artists like The Fray, Widespread Panic, Tool, and Ben Harper. He’s done national tours with Trevor Hall, Tea Leaf Green, Carbon Leaf and Davy Knowles/Back Door Slam.
Cooper Creek will welcome a final musical performance by the Chicago blues style rock with the Delta Sonics on Saturday, Sept. 15, from noon to 2 p.m. for the last show of the season.
For more information go to www.coopercreeksquare.com or call 970-726-8891.