RYE, N.Y. – The Urban Coyotes Band is set to play Rye Town Park next month as part of the town’s Twilight Tuesday concert series.
Blending gritty, electric blues with mandolin, banjo and a number of other acoustic instruments, the band delivers “their own alt-grass interpretation of classics” from the likes of REM, The Rolling Stones and Wilco.
Members Paul Jensen, Paul Hennessee, Jon Dykstra, Jerry Pasquale and Denise Adorante also play more modern covers from acts like The Decemberists, Ray LaMontagne, Old Crow Medicine Show and others. Space near the pavilion will be set aside for dancing.
The July 12 concert at the park at 95 Dearborn Ave. is set to take place in the south pavilion at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free, but parking at Rye Town Park after 4 p.m. costs $5 or $4 for resident permit holders. Senior permit holders park for free.
All Twilight Tuesday concerts will be held in rain or shine, except in that case of thunderstorms. Picnicking is welcome. Some seating will be available, but people are encouraged to bring blankets or beach chairs.
For more information, call Rye Town Park at 914-967-0965 or visit the park’s web site .
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