Concerts in the Park The 2014 Concert Series is sponsored by the Town of Guernsey, Guernsey Economic and Tourism Development Corporation and the Woming Arts Council. Summer '14 looks to be a tremendous series of concerts featuring artists from across the country.
String Tied - Bluegrass from the Black Hills of South Dakota String Tied is a bluegrass band from the Black Hills of South Dakota. Bringing bluegrass alive, they have a mix of classics they cover as well as original material. Bill Monroe would be proud of this group. Make plans to enjoy an eveing of bluegrass in the park on May 28th starting at 7:00 P.M.
Jeff Bianchi - Classical Guitarist June 25 7:00 P.M. First State Bank The primary aim of a musician is to take the results of their hard work and make a positive impact on as many lives as possible. For Jeff Bianchi, this is accomplished through his performances. As a dedicated musician for 21 years, playing for an audience is an essential and natural part of his life.
As a native of Williamson, New York, Jeff began performing at weddings and cafes while still in his teens. The uniqueness of the classical guitar coupled with his professionalism enabled him to stay working over the years
Todd Dereemer - Fourth of July - 7:00 PM Davis Park Todd Dereemer is an accomplished performer and singer/songwriter. He began writing songs at the age of ten and has never stopped writing songs. His songs are a diary of his everyday life. They can be poignant and funny at the same time.
Todd has three independent albums to his credit. Horsecreek, WindRivers, and Cathedral. He is currently working on a fourth album.
He has appeared on local television and radio in Cheyenne Wyoming as well as several national television shows including Adventures with the Duchess of York: and Food Nation with Bobby Flay. He has played all over the world from France to the Rocky Mountains and from Nashville to New York City.
Todd comes from a ranching family that homesteaded at Horsecreek, Wyoming in 1892. He still helps his dad on the family ranch when needed. Todd went to college at Stanford University in California. After graduation, he trekked to France to play music in a café in Aix en Provence, France. His first love has always been Wyoming, so he knew that someday he would return.
Hank Cramer - July 23 - 7:00PM Davis Park Hank's rich baritone voice gives life to songs from the West. Come listen to his version of Streets of Larado as well as My Sweet Wyoming Home. You won't be disapointed until you realize the concert if over. Hank will have CDs available so you can continue to enjoy his music.
David Gerald - Blues at their Best - August 13 7:00 P.M. Hang on because the Thrill is NOT Gone when you hear David start his blues on August 13th at 7:00 P.M. in Davis Park.
Gerald started playing guitar at the age of 16, influenced by Prince and 80's rock guitarists. He rediscovered the blues and listened to the music of Albert King, ZZ Hill, B.B. King, and Stevie Ray Vaughan, to name just a few.
"I was lucky enough to have a neighbor who was a guitarist and gave me scrap guitars. I would piece them together and build 'Frankenstein' guitars," says Gerald. "They were horrible to play and sounded bad, but I had to play music. It was and is my destiny. I finally scraped up enough money to buy an old amp and I was happy."
67th Army Band Always a community favorite, the 67th Army Band will have a traditional concert and some special groups to entertain the audience. An ice cream socia