Soul, Jazz and R&B artist Lo Steele Performs Free Concert in the Park, Sept 25 in Cannon Beach
A multifaceted performer whose palette includes acting, poetry and music, Lo Steele brings her soul, jazz and R&B influenced band to Cannon Beach for a free concert in the park on Sunday, September 25th.
As the daughter of “Portland’s first lady of the blues” LaRhonda Steele, Lo grew up on and around stages. But, according to the Willamette Week, Lo is “a force to be reckoned with on her own.”
“Radiating a spirit of continual growth and community, her songs offer affirmations through self-reflection and a relatable humor, coupled with her vocal command and understated soul-jazz melodies,” the WW continues, adding that Lo’s “healing-through-boogie” music “shouldn’t be slept on.”
In addition to Steele’s performance, members of the Tolovana Arts Colony will be displaying some of their artwork as a fundraising effort.
The free, family friendly event, in Cannon Beach’s downtown city park, begins at 5:00PM. Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets, low-backed chairs and fully stocked picnic baskets. Dogs, Frisbees, soccer balls and the like are welcome too.
The park is located in downtown Cannon Beach, northeast of the Chamber of Commerce at 2nd & Spruce.
The concert is produced by the Tolovana Arts Colony and made possible by a Community Grant from the City of Cannon Beach.
For more information, visit tolovanaartscolony.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 541-215-4445.