Dana Rogers and Amber Fults bring their signature styles to the All-American Summer concert series on Thursday at the Hunter Museum.
Dana Rogers has been performing since 1997 and in that time has gigged in New York, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, North Carolina, Tennessee and Australia. She has shared the stage with Sarah Lee Guthrie, Guy Davis, Ingrid Michaelson, Steve Poltz, The Waybacks and The Floating Men to name a few.
Blessed with a voice that's both youthful and old-soul, Amber Fults pens tunes that resonate on numerous levels to anyone who listens.
The Hunter Museum's All-American Summer concert series, is a celebration of all types of music featuring local and regional performers. The All-American Summer concerts are included with regular museum admission (free for Hunter members, $9.95 for non-members).
Come early and explore the images of the Hunter's exhibition, Sound and Vision: Monumental Rock and Roll Photography before it closes. The last day to view Sound and Vision will be Sunday.