Bo Elledge performs at The Center today, July lineup also announced

JACKSON, Wyo. — The Center for the Arts will be hosting a virtual live session with Bo Elledge TODAY at 5 p.m. followed by additional weekly live performances from The Center Stage throughout the month of July.

The livestream performance with Bo Elledge can be viewed on the event website HERE or on The Center’s Facebook page.

Elledge focuses on acoustic groove, lyricism, delivering powerful vocals and ripping harmonica melodies while strumming the guitar and playing foot percussion. This one-man-band approach was cultivated by life at the end of the map in Wyoming.

Bo has almost a decade of fronting the seven-piece rock band “Canyon Kids” under his belt, but just released his first solo album, “Love & Good Luck”, in 2018. His music is catchy with big hooks that you will be humming the next day.

Some of the most notable critically acclaimed acts he has shared the stage with include JJ Grey & Mofro, Lukas Nelson, Anderson East, Susto, White Denim, Hayes Carll and The Infamous Stringdusters.

The Center has also released its full lineup of virtual live performances taking place at The Center Stage in July:

Click HERE to view the calendar of all upcoming events at The Center.

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