Sat., July 15th, with Tiffin native Regina Sayles heading an all-star band in a tribute concert to local musician and Sayles’ first bandmate and co-writer Kyle Beidelschies, who passed away in November at the age of 42. The band will play classic rock, country, and modern popular songs, and will feature musicians from around the region along with friends of Beidelscheis. Sayles is currently based in Eastern Pennsylvania, where she has built a successful career and wide reputation as a dynamic singer/songwriter and most recently, studio producer. Her sound blends pop, jazz, rock, and country, and she performs over 100 shows each year around the Northeast and Midwest. Sayles has opened for female folk pioneer Tret Fure and folk icon Ani DiFranco, played as a featured artist on the 2019 Melissa Etheridge Cruise. She has released two solo albums. Her two recent singles “Better With Your Love” and “Rollin’ in the Hay” have earned her national attention, and she has released two full albums and anticipates an EP release in the coming year.
The East Green Summer Concert Series full season is sponsored by Reineke Family Dealerships. This concert is sponsored by Tiffin Community Foundation Celebrating 40 years!. Please help support our generous sponsors.
For more info, visit www.eastgreenconcerts.com
The East Green Summer Concert Series, a 501(c)(3) was organized to promote fine arts, the performing arts and music education while engaging the community as determined by the Board of Directors. The 501(c) (3) will manage, promote and run all aspects of the summer concert series. The park will be managed in conjunction with the Tiffin Parks and Recreation Department. The intention is that Tiffin Parks & Rec. will manage the grounds and the day-to-day operations of the East Green Amphitheater including the events schedule outside of the summer concert series.
The East Green Summer Concert Series is a local non-profit arts organization that desires to build an enduring legacy of art and beautiful music in the Tiffin-Seneca County area by encouraging artists and musicians with grants, scholarships, and performance and teaching opportunities. The main purpose of this not-for-profit entity is to promote fine arts, the performing arts and music education while engaging the community.
Photo credit Gary Regulski