Roosevelt Collier & Special Guest JUke: The ArtsPark Live Concert Series Returns to Downtown Hollywood

August 5, 2021

Soft spoken by nature, Roosevelt Collier does his hollering on the pedal steel guitar

The ArtsPark Live Concert Series, returns to the ArtsPark at Young Circle in Downtown Hollywood, on Saturday, August 7th at 7:00 p.m. featuring the scorching blues of Roosevelt Collier and Special Guest JUke. The series will continue through November with a number of different artists and musical genres, highlighted each month. The lineup of artists, are now scheduled, to appear as follows:

ArtsPark Live Concert Series Event Schedule:

• Saturday, August 7: Roosevelt Collier & Special Guest JUke
• Saturday, September 25: Cortadito & Friends
• Saturday, October 23: The Motowners
• Saturday, November 13: The Big Swing

Concerts begin at 7:00 p.m. at the ArtsPark Amphitheater, 1 Young Circle, in Downtown Hollywood. Admission is free and lawn seating is available. The ArtsPark Live Concert Series is presented by the City of Hollywood and curated in partnership with Gene de Souza. As a reminder, this venue is plastic and foam free, single-use plastic containers are prohibited. For more information, please visit the event calendar on the City’s website at: www.HollywoodFL.org.

About Roosevelt Collier & JUke
Soft spoken by nature, Roosevelt Collier does his hollering on the pedal steel guitar. Brought up in Perrine, FL, Collier built his “sacred steel” guitar prowess alongside his uncles and cousins in The Lee Boys, known for their spirited, soul-shaking live performances. On his own, Collier’s become a sought-after talent both on record and on stage, performing alongside musical luminaries of rock, blues and pop, including The Allman Brothers, Buddy Guy, Umphrey's McGee, Los Lobos, Robert Randolph, The String Cheese Incident, Tedeschi-Trucks Band, among countless others. Always seated front and center, "The Dr.", as he is affectionally known, leaves an indelible mark on listeners, flooring audiences with his lightning-fast slide work on the pedal steel.

Opening the night is JUke, a four-piece “post-blues” hybrid with a high motor and bottomless soul. Their shows are spearheaded by front man and harmonica-whiz Eric Garcia, who revs up the band to fire on all cylinders. JUke has both backed and opened for G. Love and Zach Deputy, opened for Gary Clark Jr. and wowed folks at festivals like Wanee, Hulaween, and many more.

For additional event information, please contact the Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts at: (954) 921-3404.