Hayes Brothers Band to Perform at Full Moon Concert Monday, September 20
Beverly Cantrell - September 15, 2021 3:46 pm
Tonkawa, Ok – Full Moon Concert
“Hayes Brothers Band” will perform pop, rock, and country classics at the final 2021 Full Moon Concert, Monday, September 20 at 7:00 p.m. in Tonkawa Centennial Park at 301 S Main.
Clark and Kent Hayes are legendary musicians from Ponca City, Oklahoma. Their musical career started in the early 1960s with various groups over the years such as the “Cascades Trio,” “J.J. Lee Band” and the national award-winning “Good Ol’Boys Band” that included Keke Johnson and Eddie Holick.
Stan Villines, Ponca City, played in several bands since the 1960s including with Clark and Kent in the J.J. Lee Band. Steve Scott played in popular Ponca City-based bands such as “On Tap” and others since the late 1960s and played with Clark and Kent in the “Good Ol’Boys Band” during the 1990s. Jace Sober is the youngest member of the band, and rounds out the sound that is uniquely the “Hayes Brothers Band.” Guest musician Ken Crowder, Tonkawa, has known both Clark and Kent Hayes since grade school and began playing cello in 2nd grade.
The free outdoor concert under the Heart in the Park pavilion is the season finale and begins at 7:00 p.m. Since seating in the park is limited, the public is invited to bring lawn chairs or blankets. Snacks, drinks, and pets on leashes are welcome, and restrooms are located across the street in the Santa Fe Depot.
Throughout the evening, concert-goers may walk the world’s only heart-shaped labyrinth, and the evening concludes with the traditional group howl at the full moon. North Central Oklahoma Arts Council and Heart in the Park Committee sponsor the free monthly concerts in the park.
Heart in the Park and NCOAC is not liable for any risks for Covid-19. All Heart in the Park and NCOAC events will abide by CDC Guidelines. In case of inclement weather, the concert will be moved indoors to the Art Center of Tonkawa at 202 East Grand. Check for Full Moon Concert updates at https://heartinthepark.org/and on NCOAC Facebook: https://www.