The Clay Colton Band joins the line-up for Summer Serenades Concerts in Carmel Valley

The Clay Colton Band. Courtesy photo

The Clay Colton Band has been entertaining San Diego audiences for over a decade with their own blend of country, rock and Irish music.  The band’s music has attracted a variety of fans of all backgrounds and ages throughout the music community of San Diego and beyond.  The Clay Colton Band will be playing at the Carmel Valley Recreation Center on Sunday, July 20, in the amphitheater from 5-7 p.m.

The CCB is a well-rounded, versatile entertainment package of seasoned musicians with numerous awards and special recognition to their credit. They were the winner of the Viejas Casino’s “Big Country Showdown” and placed third in Kenny Chesney’s “Next Big Star” competition.  They have opened for groups such as the Zac Brown Band and Little Texas and performed at events with Don Henley, Steely Dan and other internationally recognized artists.

“With the amazing musical talent of Clay Colton and the other band members, audiences have come to love CCB’s entertaining demeanor, rustic rock sound and energetic stage presence,” says Sharon Fornacari, organizer of the Summer Serenades concerts.  “We are excited to have them as part of our exciting lineup this summer and we are looking forward to their performance!”

The band’s music has been featured on numerous country rock radio stations and they have performed at numerous venues throughout San Diego.  They will be performing their diverse blend of classic, southern, and modern rock covers, folk and Americana favorites and rowdy country and Irish tunes for our Carmel Valley audience on Sunday, July 20.  Remember to put that date on your calendar and come out to the Carmel Valley Recreation Center amphitheater for a great family fun night.  Don’t forget to bring your picnic basket and put on your dancing shoes!

The Carmel Valley Recreation Center is located at 3777 Townsgate Drive.  The concert will start at 5 p.m. and last until 7 p.m.  For more information and a line-up for this summer’s concerts, check out or call the Rec Center at 858-552-1616.

A special thanks to the sponsors for this year’s concerts – Pardee Homes and Kilroy Realty Corporation.  The continued support of these sponsors helps make it possible to bring this great entertainment to Carmel Valley.

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