Sounds of Summer: Jake Lear Blues

Jake Lear at Stephen Talkhouse.

“Take the intensity of Stevie Ray Vaughan’s scorching guitar technique and apply it to Bob Dylan’s stark, earnest songwriting, and what you now have is the music of bluesman Jake Lear,” writes Elmore Magazine. Lear, who was born in Vermont and raised on blues and country music has spent the last three year's playing to thousands on Memphis’ renowned Beale Street, honing the hard-hitting blues on which he is building a growing national reputation. Now a resident of the East End, Jake makes their first appearance at the Parrish this summer along with Claes Brondal on drums and Jeff Marshall on bass!

The Golden Pear Café at the Parrish will offer the following specials: Buffet of Jamaican Jerk Chicken, Roasted Citrus & Herb Salmon, Hebrew National Hot Dogs, Potato Salad, & Chocolate Brownies for $22.95 as well as $4 hot dogs a la carte. Drink specials include $6 Montauk Driftwood Ale, $8 Summer Sangria, $12 Wölffer Summer in a Bottle, $8 Sauvignon Blanc, $10 Parrish Peach Sunset (Citrus Vodka, White Cranberry and Peach Schnapps, and $10 Sag Harbor Stormy (Sag Harbor Rum & Ginger Beer).

Sounds of Summer provides a full season of al fresco music in the unique setting that is the Parrish's covered Mildred C. Brinn Terrace. Bring a lawn chair for the terrace or blanket for the Stewart F. Lane and Bonnie Comley Foundation Event Lawn and soak in the lively music. 

All Sounds of Summer concerts are free with Museum admission.

May 22: The HooDoo Loungers

June 5: Contradance with Dave Harvey and Dunegrass

July 3: Mambo Loco

August 7: Jake Lear

September 4: Bluegrass & BBQ with the Ebony Hillbillies

Friday Nights are made possible, in part, by the generous support of The Corcoran Group and Bridgehampton National Bank. Hamptons Magazine is the media sponsor of Friday nights.

Sounds of Summer:

Jake Lear Blues

Friday, August 7, 2015 - 6:00pm
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Free with Museum admission
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