On Dec. 8, Dorothy Scott and the Peacekeepers will kick off the Kress Pavilion’s Art of Music winter concert series with a blend of pop, folk and blues favorites.
Scott complements her fierce, passionate vocals with acoustic guitar and keyboard, while Tony Besson’s electric guitar, Paul Sowinski’s bass and Adam Cain’s drums round out her sound.
A silent auction will be held 5-6:30 pm before the concert at 7 pm. Proceeds will benefit Big Mouth and the Power Tools musician Jay Whitney, who suffered a stroke earlier this year. Participants do not need to attend the concert to bid on silent auction items.
Auction items will include works by area artists, including a bowl by Doerr Woodworking; a kinetic brass and copper sculpture from Angela Lensch Gallery; garden/house concerts by Cathy Grier, Hans Christian and Dorothy Scott & The Peacekeepers; visual art by Jeanne Kuhns, Mike Judy, Terry Lundahl, Marcia Nickols, Nan Helscher and Mike Judy; and vegan cheesecake by the Pearl of Door County.
Concert seating is limited; register at kresspavilion.org/winterconcertseries. Tickets are $15, cash or check at the door. Those who have registered for seating will have guaranteed spots; there may be standing room for unregistered patrons.