Summer Tracks continues July 15 with Peggy Ratusz and Reggie Headen
Published 8:00 am Thursday, July 7, 2022
TRYON—Tryon’s most popular summer music series—Summer Tracks—welcomes Peggy Ratusz & Reggie Headen presenting Something You’ve Got, a night of duets on Friday July 15.
Asheville’s best-loved chanteuse and a Summer Tracks favorite, Peggy Ratusz is joined by fellow vocalist and performer Reggie Headen to fill the mid-summer air with a tribute to the greatest duets of all time—Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell, Koko and BB, Dinah Washington and Brooke Benton, Stevie Nicks and Tom Petty, and, of course, Johnny Cash and June Carter. As always, Ratusz brings with her a full band of some of the area’s most respected musicians: Jonathan Perlman on guitar, Paul Banman on keys, Connor Law on basses and Justin Watt on drums.
Ratusz’s most memorable Summer Tracks performances include Love Is A Rose, the music of Linda Ronstadt, Even Cowgirls Get The Blues, the music of Emmylou Harris-Roseanne Cash-Lucinda Williams and 2021’s The Bridge: Paul Simon meets The Beatles.
New View Realty of Tryon is the presenting sponsor for this 23rd season of Summer Tracks. Yonder Luxury Vacation Rentals is sponsoring this fourth concert.
All shows begin at 7 p.m. In case of rain, the concerts will move across the street inside the spacious Tryon Fire Dept. Katie D’s N.Y. Bagels & Deli will be selling a variety of slider sandwiches, hot dogs, wraps, chips and desserts. Water and soft drinks will be for sale. Alcohol consumption is allowed in the park but is not for sale.
Summer Tracks concerts are supported by donations at the gate along with sponsorships by local businesses and individuals. A full schedule including performers bios and photos can be found at www.summertracks.com.
Summer Tracks 2022 Season brought to you by New View Realty of Tryon:
July 15 Peggy Ratusz & Reggie Headen: a night of duets
July 29 Seth Walker Band: Blues, Gospel, Pop, R&B, Rock, Americana
August 19 Maya de Vitry Band: singer-songwriter that transcends genre
Submitted by Peter Eisenbrown