Ranger & the Re-Arrangers to perform in Edmonds City Park Sunday

Ranger & the Re-Arrangers on tap for Sunday's final Concert in the Park.

Join the Edmonds Arts Commission for the final show in this summer’s Concerts in the Park series, a free performance by Ranger & The Re-Arrangers, on Sunday at 3 p.m.

All concerts are held in Edmonds City Park located at 3rd and Pine in downtown Edmonds. Bring the family, lawn chairs or blanket and join us for some lively music and family entertainment. The Edmonds Arts Commission appreciates the generous sponsorship by Lynnwood Honda and Acura of Lynnwood – Series Sponsors for the past ten years!

Violinist Ranger Sciacca began playing at the age of six. His sweet violin playing, sense of melody and daring improvisation are at the heart of the band’s sound. Through most of his teens, he divided his studies between fiddle tunes with Stuart Williams and classical improvisation with Alice Kanack. A chance encounter with a recording of jazz violin ignited Ranger’s interest in this genre.

With his father Michael Sciacca on rhythm guitar, he built a repertoire and played often through the 1990s at schools, dances, fairs and garden events. In addition to his father Michael, other band members include bassist Todd Houghton, percussionist Jeffrey Moose and Dave Stewart on the mandolin. Ranger and his father are descendants of Sicilian immigrants who played jazz in New York at the start of the 20th century.

Concerts are presented by the Edmonds Arts Commission on behalf of the Edmonds City Council and are accessible to persons with disabilities.

In the event of rain, the concert will be cancelled at 2:30 p.m.


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