Take in the sights and sounds of a warm summer evening accompanied by a live musical performance in two Emerald Necklace parks! Tonight, Summer on the Emerald Necklace is pleased to present shows in these locations:
Performances start at 6:00 PM
Olmsted Park – Allerton Overlook
PanNeubean Steel, soulful blend of reggae, soca and calypso.
Jamaica Pond – Boathouse Bandstand
Tim Hall, Neo Soul/Spoken Word
All concerts are weather-dependent and will be canceled in the event of severe weather. Cancellations will be announced at or before 2:00 PM on the day of the concert. Please check back here for updates or call us at 617-522-2700.
Steelpanist and vocalist Jefferey Clayton of Jamaican heritage is a retired Army Musician and graduate of The New England Conservatory (MM). He has dedicated his life to music education and showcasing the steelpan. https://www.panneubeansteel.com/
Tim Hall is an award-winning musician and performance poet from Detroit, MI, while honoring Boston as home. His poetry draws inspiration from his lived experiences – charting the nuances of blackness, masculinity and the beauties of life. Tim’s music is used to underscore his vivid storytelling with warm neo soul, jazz and hip hop influences. He is an Assistant Professor in the Professional Music Department of Berklee College of Music, the co-owner of HipStory – a digital media production company dedicated to creating and showcasing the work of marginalized identities within media – and Artist Relations manager for BAMSFest. Additionally, Tim is a member of the band STL GLD, and a principal collaborator with Cliff Notez, Oompa and Will Dailey. He was honored as “Session Musician of the Year” by the 2020 Boston Music Awards, and recognized by WBUR’s Artery 25 as 1 of 25 millennials of color impacting Arts and Culture in Boston.