Yeee haw, summer seems finally to have arrived!  I’ve done a ton of really fun events in the rain so far this summer, but it was nice yesterday to perform in an all out glorious, sunny day.  The show was complete with my 6-piece band and the specially-requested 10-minute rendition of Bob Marley’s “I Shot the Sheriff.”


I just wanted to send a quick note to let you all know that I’ll be playing a kids’ show today at the Everett Public Library.  I’m really looking forward to this one!


I’ll be bringing my innovative "Recycalypso" participatory concert to Everett. This show will be geared towards kids, especially teens.  Steel drums are the heartbeat of Caribbean music. Learn about the history and culture of the steel drum while exploring creative ways to recycle discarded materials into easy-to-play musical instruments. Join the party to the beat of a different drum. Suggested for tweens and teens, grades 5 to 12.


More information at:


After that my next public performance is back at the Sorrento hotel on August 10th.  Our show there this month was really fun!  They have a truly awesome happy hour menu during our shows there, with super yummy burgers for $5.  You can’t beat that!


Why not bring the kids down tomorrow to the Everett Public Library and say hello and listen to them create beautiful music.


Keep dancin’


Ian Dobson


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