Uncategorized | May 27, 2010
From Casper’s Nicolaysen Art Museum (via Facebook):
Tom Coryell will be featured June 4 in the lobby of the Nicolaysen Art Museum & Discovery Center when we hold NIC at Noon.
Coryell is a musician who plays guitar and sings “like Willis Allan Ramsey, John Hiatt or Van Morrison,” he says. He has shared the stage with such notables as The Marshall Tucker Band, The Subdudes, and Casper’s own Tremors. His musical influences include Bob Marley, Warren Haynes, Tommy Malone and Rod Serling.
Coryell will also be performing at the NIC June 26 for NIC Fest. Nic at Noon is our informal, monthly concert series where visitors are invited to bring in their lunch (or call ahead to Grant Street Grocery at 237-2539 and they will deliver your lunch to the NIC lobby) and hear performances by local musicians from noon-1 p.m. There is no admission charge.
Art and music lovers stopping by that Friday for the lunchtime event are also invited to enjoy our current exhibitions: “Allen True’s West” and “The Perfect Fit: Shoes Tell Stories.”
For more information, call the Nic at (307) 235- 5247 or www.thenic.org.