ELKINS – Week two of the Summer Concert Series at the Rotary Amphitheater in Elkins Town Square will feature local actor Cross Town Traffic taking the stage at 6 p.m.
Cross Town Traffic, whose members hail from the hills of Randolph and Tucker counties, will bring their love of great classical and southern rock music to the downtown stage for the free concert.
Cross Town Traffic consists of singer and rhythm guitarist Tim White, rhythm guitarist Scott Betler, bassists Richie Shyrock, drummer Chris Newsom, guitarist JB Stalnaker and sax / percussionist Rob Masten.
The summer concert series kicked off last week with the Hillbilly Gypsies and, like every week, the concert ran concurrently with the weekly Classic Car and Cruise-In hot rod.
Our Town Inc. volunteer Doug Starcher said there is no better way to spend a Thursday night than to go out and see some of the area’s most unique cars and hear some great music. live on the downtown stage. Our Town Inc. has organized and is hosting the concert series this summer
“Every week you see amazing cars at Cruise-In,” Starcher said. âAnd we also have some really good bands every week.â
There are only two more shows before the big July 4th celebration, which takes place July 2-4.
The weekend will kick off with a Friday night cruise, before Saturday’s long list of events that include the annual motor show, a Rick K and Allnighters concert and fireworks display.
The Motor Show will run until Sunday afternoon and many cash prizes will be awarded.
Other shows on the summer concert schedule include:
June 10 – The Company Stores
June 24 – Chance McCoy and Justin Golden
July 3 – Rick K and the All-Nighters
July 15 – The Kind Thieves
July 29 – Beggar Clan
August 12 – Soda Pop Gypsies
August 26 – Jesse Milnes and Emily Miller Band
September 9 – Wire
September 23 – The McChoir sisters; Brother Smith