The Aberdeen Board of Parks and Recreation's free Summer Tuesday Concert Series runs through Aug. 15 at 7 p.m. at Festival Park, Franklin and Howard streets. In case of rain, concerts will be presented in the nearby Aberdeen Fire Hall. For more information, call 410-939-6767.
On Tuesday, Native Son makes its first Aberdeen Summer Concert Series appearance. The bluegrass/gospel group has performed for the Bel Air Concert Series and on other stages throughout the county.
The Harford County Choral Society is scheduled for July 8. Organized to promote choral music in the community, the choral group has been performing around the county since 1954. The group's songbook this summer includes patriotic songs, Broadway show tunes and a medley of Beach Boys hits. Appearing with the choral society this summer is the jazz group Silverbacks.
The male chorus group Bay Country Gentlemen will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a July 15 appearance on the Aberdeen stage. Supported by the Harford County Cultural Advisory Board, the nonprofit group performs a number of contemporary, barber shop and popular tunes. The chorus is looking for singers.
Jericho Bridge, a Baltimore-based band, will perform July 22. The group, which was formed 15 years ago in a city bluegrass music store, plays traditional and contemporary bluegrass.
Crawdaddies, playing a combination of Cajun, zydeco, funk, swing, soul, reggae, roots and rock, appears July 29.
Singer Barbara Martin and guitarist Mac Walter will perform Aug. 5. Martin's music is a combination of earthy blues and folk, plus swinging jazz.
The series closes Aug. 15 with an appearance by the Aberdeen Proving Ground Army Band.