Date(s) - Saturday July 21, 2018
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
The Black Range Lodge, 119 Kingston Main Street, Kingston
Summer Starlight Concerts continue in Kingston with a performance by Native American singer-songwriter Randy Granger on Saturday, July 21 at 7pm at the Black Range Lodge.
An award-winning recording and touring artist of Mayan and Apache ancestry, Granger’s acoustic music blends world flutes, emotive vocals, percussion and ethereal instruments like the PANArt Hang.
A full-time musician, Granger tours the United States performing and offering workshops. His music is heard on NPR, PBS, Hearts of Space, Sirius Soundscapes, Pandora and stations worldwide. Described as “Southwest world music,” it is also said to have healing properties. See more at: www.randygranger.net
Kingston is located on the eastern edge of the Gila National Forest, once the homeland of the Warm Springs (Chihene) Apache. The monthly Starlight Concert series at the Black Range Lodge is sponsored by the Sierra County Arts Council (SCAC). Admission is $10, $5 for seniors, children and SCAC members (sierracountyarts.org). For a schedule of upcoming regional events, also see www.blackrange3.org, and blackrangelodge.com