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Jeramiah Nelson w/ Jealous Brother - forWARD Neighborhood Park Concerts | FREE! | Sponsored by Mayo Clinic

5:30 PM - Jealous Brother - Jealous Brother is an alternative americana band based in Rochester, MN, and draws from influences such as The Jayhawks, Wilco, Tom Petty, Neil Young and Dolly Parton. Their self-titled debut album, released in December of 2020, features renowned drummer Noah Levy (Honeydogs, Brian Setzer, Golden Smog), and their follow up, “Back in Session” was released in May of 2021.Their original music is inspired by odd and tragic news stories, current events, and unique life experiences. They bring audiences and listeners a combination of lyrical twists, vocal harmony and instrumental flourishes.

6:30 PM - Jeramiah Nelson - "Jeremiah Nelson is an exciting part of a vanguard of independent singer songwriter producers who have adopted Wisconsin as home over the last several years. Some of Jeremiah’s latest work, such as “Drugs to Make You Sober” represents a shift in his sound from haunting folk pop to an evocative rock fusion, creating a catchy, hook-laden soundscape. Jeremiah’s music indicates that he likes to linger beyond the outside limits of experimentation, driving transformation and cutting edge music. Melded with his ever hypnotic voice, Nelson delivers you directly into the inside moments of his ever evolving music, as demonstrated on Wisconsin Public Television’s 30 minute music hour": - Andy Moore, Wisconsin Public Television

Six free events in six parks, one for each ward in the City, on Wednesday evenings throughout the summer, featuring local bands opening for regional/national/or international headliners. Promoting neighborhood vitality and livability, while emphasizing activities outside the downtown area. Designed to activate the City park system, and raise awareness of the City ward system and each ward’s representative on the City Council.

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support Grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts & cultural heritage fund.