Rogue Valley Brings Soaring Harmonies to Sunset Concert Series
Rogue Valley will take the stage at the Peg Egan Performing Art Center’s Sunset Concert Series on Aug. 19 at 7 pm.
Rogue Valley is a band born of grandiose ambition. In a single year, they have written, recorded, and released four full-length albums. Together, the four albums tell a sweeping story of love, loss, regret and hope that is inseparable from the geography of classic American wanderlust. The 46 songs act as chapters, standing strongly on their own, yet creating an undeniably rich experience when taken as a whole.
Imagine Ralph Waldo Emerson and Jeff Tweedy sharing a dugout canoe across a calm river; Jack Kerouac and My Morning Jacket sitting around a campfire; John Steinbeck and Fleet Foxes hitch-hiking along county roads. Rogue Valley makes music that fills a dynamic spectrum, from surging electric guitar rock to woodsy fingerpicking ballads. The unifying trait throughout is the band’s soaring, lush vocal harmonies.
Known as one of the Twin Cities’ most dynamic live acts, Rogue Valley and lead singer/songwriter Chris Koza perform regularly at Minneapolis/St. Paul venues, and have shared the stage or supported artists like Spoon, Weezer, Lucinda Williams, Mason Jennings, Eric Hutchinson and Nellie McKay.
The Peg Egan PAC is located on Church Street in Egg Harbor, and all concerts are free and open to the public. In case of rain, concerts are held at the Calvary Methodist Church located at 4650 Country Road E in Egg Harbor.
For more information call 920.493.5979.