The Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department's Dogwood Park Summer Concert Series will continue on Sunday, July 22, with a show featuring three acts: the Jaystorm Project, Retro Revolver and the Scat Cats.
Show time is 6 p.m. at Dogwood Park's Ginny Kidwell Amphitheater, at 1725 Lafayette St., behind Tusculum View Elementary School.
"So far this year, every concert has seen a full house, and we expect the July 22 show to be the same," said event organizer John Brown.
"This lineup will feature a couple of Greeneville powerhouse acts," Brown said.
Greene County resident Jerry Scott and his 1980s tribute group, Retro Revolver, have been entertaining crowds for the past couple of years with their "commanding vocals and tailored stage show," Brown said.
Scott was the winner of the 2011 Greeneville's Greatest vocal competition at the Greene County Fair.
"This act will have you smiling and singing along with their vocals, stage show, and song selections," Brown said.
Greene County native J.J. Sarden, who is known professionally as Jaystorm, kicked off his career as a Greene County sports standout at North Greene High School.
However, Sarden also "has the music in him -- and has been proving it over and over with his own personal blend of blues and funk," Brown said.
"He has raised the bar for regional acts, winning over crowds and converting fans every time he performs," Brown added.
Rounding out the Dogwood Park show will be the Tri-Cities group, The Scat Cats.
The group was a featured performer at this year's Old Oak Festival and Rural Resources Farm Day, and their performances have resulted in a great deal of local interest, Brown said.
"These guys are the real deal, making history with songs that made history," according to Brown.
"Every song in their show is a beloved classic, and their presentation is top-shelf. They dress to impress, play with conviction and make you want to dance," he added.
Persons who attend the concert are encouraged to bring a lawn chair or blanket for more comfortable seating.
Admission is free, but donations are welcome to help offset the costs of the concert series.
Food and drink concessions will be available for purchase. Handicap parking is available.
Additional parking is now also available in the field adjacent to the venue.