On Friday, December 09 at 7:00 pm singer/songwriter Jason Ropp will perform as part of the Carnegie Concert Series at the Bryan Main Library.
Since recording his first album, “Knowing,” in 2011, Jason Ropp has been digging for thoughtful and accessible imagery to help people navigate the complexities of being human. The songs themselves flow from the harder edges of life, so expect a story or two. Jason’s music can offer a place of calm, or shake listeners by the collar, but it won’t be ignored. Above all, whether through lyrics, music, or conversation, Jason’s aim in every moment to create a space that allows listeners to, even if for a moment, find purpose and focus.
The Carnegie Concert Series was created by Williams County Public Library as a way to showcase newer talent, both local and nationwide. The series has already featured talented musicians such as Dakota Dave Hall, Whitney Mann, Andrew Ellis, and the Joe Vasquez Band. These events have limited seating so the library encourages attendees to arrive early. Doors will open half an hour before each show at 6:30 p.m. and will lock at 7:00 pm out of courtesy to the performer. All of the concerts are free to the public and are funded through donations.
The concert will take place in the Carnegie area of the Main Library. Additional acts in the Carnegie Concert Series will be added as they become available. Interested performers should email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the library 419-636-6734 Ext. 239.The Bryan Main Library is located at 107 E. High Street.