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Lonesome Dick brings rockabilly stylings to Metcalfe Park

The sounds of Lonesome Dick can be heard at 5 p.m. Sunday at Metcalfe Park, a free concert presented by Sounds of Kingman. (Photo courtesy of Sounds of Kingman)

The sounds of Lonesome Dick can be heard at 5 p.m. Sunday at Metcalfe Park, a free concert presented by Sounds of Kingman. (Photo courtesy of Sounds of Kingman)

KINGMAN – Rockabilly band Lonesome Dick will return to Metcalfe Park for the third Concert in the Park presented by Sounds of Kingman at 5 p.m. Sunday.

The concert is free, so bring along your lawn chairs and blankets, coolers and picnic baskets.

The band’s popularity has been growing in the area as more people latch onto their musical stylings of rockabilly, surf, vintage country blues and swing, intermingled with some original tunes.

“Lonesome Dick is a unique authentic rockabilly band received by audiences worldwide,” guitarist Robert Garland said.

The band has been playing Arizona, California and Nevada venues since 2001, including the Sundowner Saloon, Diana’s Cellar Door and Black Bridge Brewery in Kingman, Lazy Harry’s in Bullhead City and Viva Las Vegas.

The band features Garland on guitar and vocals, Rogelio (Roger) Casanova on upright bass and vocals, and Ramon Torres on drums and vocals.

They are tried and true and will give any audience a wonderful musical experience, said Martha Prumers, entertainment coordinator for Sounds of Kingman.

The concert is sponsored by Chicago Title Insurance.