"Everyday Life" coming to the library lawn | Arts & Culture
"Everyday Life" will be taking over the Craighead County Jonesboro Public Library's lawn, 315 West Oak Ave., at 6:30 p.m. this Tuesday, June 19, as the Summer Concert Series coninues.
The Paragould-based band first started rocking together in 2008. Since then they have played various venues all across the area. Band members are lead vocalist Shannon Freeman, lead guitarist Mark Owen, drummer Aaron Hammon, Jason Stowe on bass guitar and Mike Newson on the saxophone.
“The band provides a fun, high energy concert every time they hit the stage,” said Jilayna Hammon with Everyday Life.
The band plays a wide variety of music including rock, pop and soul music from the 1950’s to music from today. For a full list of what they play you can visit their website at www.everydaylifeband.com and check out their set list.
“We are really excited to play at the library. I did not know about the concerts on the lawn until we were booked for the show. We’re looking forward to it,” said Aaron Hammon, drummer for Everyday Life.
The concerts on the lawn bring out hundreds of people. Folks bring their lawn chairs, blankets and picnic baskets. The concerts start at 6:30 p.m. and end at 7:30 p.m. Andy’s Frozen Custard sponsors the concert series and provides free cups of custard for concert attendees.
For families with children who may not enjoy the music, the Children’s Library has a special craft time planned. “Family Tuesday Night” starts at 7 p.m. in the Children’s Library.
For more information about these programs or other children’s programming, you can contact the Children’s Library at CCJPL at 870-935-5133 extension 1120.
Story provided by Brandi Hodges, Virtual Library Manager
Facebook photo provided by Everyday Life