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City Center Unplugged featuring Sophie Pecora

Jul 30, 2021
6:30pm–8:00pm

Celebrate your summer with City Center Unplugged, a Friday evening outdoor music series featuring an array of local bands.

Save those Friday evenings — June 11 through August 27 from 6:30 – 8:00pm — for dinner at one of City Center Bishop Ranch’s many restaurants. Grab an outside table, enjoy a leisurely dinner, and catch some of the tunes that will be filling Alexander Square.

Each Friday’s music will have its own rhythm and beats, with everything from retro to rock, Brazilian to blues, Latin to salsa, and of course a good dollop of jazz. You just might find yourself dancing your way back to the car. And setting the tone for a fine weekend.

Location

Alexander Square, at City Center Bishop Ranch
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7/30 Sophie Pecora

Sophie Pecora is a 17 year old singer-songwriter and recording artist with a unique poetry-rap style of pop music. Her music is available on Spotify and all streaming platforms, and her upcoming “Wildflower” EP releases this summer. Sophie appeared on America’s Got Talent Season 14 and won the Golden Buzzer from Brad Paisley for her song “Misfits”. Her songs “7th Grade” and “Together at Home” won 1st and 2nd place in the teen category in 2019 and 2020 from the prestigious ISC International Songwriting Competition. Sophie is active on social media and YouTube with a following of over 3 million people across various platforms. Her lyrics speak to all ages, and when asked what her music is about, Sophie simply says, “I turn feelings into art”.

8/6/21 Nancy Wright and the Rhythm and Roots Band

One of the most highly respected, in-demand sax players on the blues, Americana, and R&B scene, Nancy Wright stepped forward in 2009, releasing four critically acclaimed solo albums and receiving five consecutive Blues Music Award nominations and a Living Blues Artist of the Year nomination. Seasoning from decades of “sideman” work (including John Lee Hooker, Elvin Bishop, Joe Louis Walker, and Tommy Castro) is evident. With stunning command of the tenor sax, a fat-rich tone and warm vibrato, she utilizes growls, sputters, honks and high-note wails while never losing sight of the strong melodies at the core of her trademark emotional soloing.