Winters Friends of the Library invites everyone to celebrate the Fourth of July with a free outdoor concert by The Bottom Dwellers on Thursday, July 4, 7:00–8:30 p.m. at the Rotary Park Gazebo, on Main Street at Railroad Avenue, in front of the Community Center in Winters.
Formed in 2003, the four-piece Americana band from Woodland, California, has four full-length albums under their belts. With original songs ranging from gritty Bakersfield-style twang to sweet and
creepy harmonic ballads, the Bottom Dwellers have a distinctly California sound. Their song “Company Truck” received national airplay on NPR’s Car Talk, and they were awarded a Reader’s Choice Award for Outstanding Country Band at the Sacramento Area Music Awards (Sammies).
The performance is part of the Winters Friends of the Library 22nd season of Summer Concerts at the Gazebo. WFoL has presented free outdoor concerts every Thursday in July since 1998. This year the series will continue with the Clinton Davis Trio playing old-time American folk music on July 11, Tropicali Flames playing swing, vintage jazz, and rhythm & blues on July 18, and Los Tres de Winters playing Norteño-style music on July 25.
Everyone is invited to pack a picnic, bring a blanket or lawn chairs or sit on the grass, sip a cool drink, and enjoy some fine live music. The Friends of the Library will have delicious refreshments for sale, and all proceeds will support the Winters Library. This year’s concert series is co-sponsored by Waste Management and Oates Country Store. For more information, contact Keith Cary at email@example.com or (530) 795-3173, or visit wfol.org.