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Longmont Museum virtual summer concerts continue tonight with Felonius Smith Trio

The concert, as well as others each Thursday through July 9 will be broadcast live from the museum’s Stewart Auditorium direct to attendees phones or computers.
Felonius Trio
Felonius Trio plays the Longmont Museum's 2020 virtual summer concert series on June 25. (Photo courtesy of Jeff “Felonius

The Longmont Museum’s virtual summer concert series continues tonight with a performance by the Felonius Smith Trio. 

The trio offers up “prewar blues music” and recalls a time when original bluesmen were pioneering a new musical style. Felonius Smith’s slide and snappy finger picking guitar style sends listeners relaxing on a riverbank 80 years ago in southern Mississippi, while harmonica player Steve Sheldon shares his love of old country blues.  Scott Johnson rounds out the trio with his skill on the upright bass, sometimes doubling on sousaphone, evoking memories of a New Orleans street band.

Artists at upcoming concerts will be:

  • July 2 — Clandestine Amigo

  • July 9 — 101st Army Dixieland Band 

All concerts start at 7:30 p.m. and can be accessed from the museum’s Facebook page by clicking on videos. Longmont Public Media also will broadast the concert series on Comcast channels 8 and 880 and at longmontpublicmedia.org/watch.



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