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Camille Harp and John CalvinCamille Harp and John Calvin bring their wealth of individual talents together for the free Summer Breeze concert on Sunday, July 22, at 7:30 pm in Norman’s Lions Park at the corner of Flood and Symmes.

Camille Harp and John Calvin are already performing veterans and musically mature beyond their years. Camille began performing as a child with her parents’ band. She started playing guitar at 13, and wrote her first song at 15. She can offer a rock and roll honky-tonk tune one moment and a heartfelt love song the next, all delivered in a gorgeous soulful voice.

John Calvin got his first guitar when he was 11 years old, and was working as a freelance guitarist at 16. His talent shines across a broad range of styles, from folk melodies with harmonica and acoustic guitar to rollicking country-rock guitar leads to jazz standards and the blues.

Together, Harp and Calvin weave their distinctive voices and songwriting styles into a rich blend of sound and spirit that speaks to everyone. They are local favorites at The Deli, both separately and together, and they rocked the stage at this year’s Norman Music Festival. They captivate audiences with their energy, expressive lyrics, and eclectic musical style.

Camille Harp Web Site
John Calvin Web Site
Video: Camille Harp - Maybe
Video: Camille Harp and John Calvin - Simple
Video: John Calvin and Camille Harp - Ridgway

Bring seating and your favorite refreshments, and enjoy a relaxing evening in the park filled with great music!

For more information contact The Performing Arts Studio at 405-307-9320.

Summer Breeze Concerts are produced by the Performing Arts Studio and are made possible in part by grants from the Norman Arts Council, the Oklahoma Arts Council, and from businesses and individuals including: Michael Miller; Skye Diers, Gingerbread Nursery School; Jamie Belknap, DDS, Norman Smile Center; Andi Berry, Wyoming Art Therapy; and Republic Bank and Trust.  Additional support comes from Cardinal Engineering; David Fries Roofing; Tom McAuliffe - Don Cies Real Estate; Old Republic Title Company of Oklahoma; The Spirit Shop; Dale Wares - Wares Properties; The Montford Inn; and City of Norman Parks and Recreation Department.