Join us at 6:30 pm for the first event in the 2019 Sunset Concert Series!
As always, our Sunset Concerts are great events for the whole family. Relax by laying out your blankets, unfold your chairs and enjoy a free concert on the Tamarack Amphitheater. Consider making a night out of the event by taking in dinner at Seven Devils before or after the show.
Guests are welcome to bring a picnic, but please no outside alcohol. Beverages are available for purchase at the Amphitheater.
Coffey is a gregarious guy, his attire and attitude exude cool. His graying, longer hair, semi-casual jeans and button-up shirt are every bit the picture of an aging musician.
In two decades, Coffey has become a staple of the Boise music scene. He has collaborated with Curtis Stigers, Dan Costello, a.k.a Belle, Audio Moonshine, Hillfolk Noir and many others. After moving to town in 1992, he quickly made his name as a solo act before connecting with longtime collaborator Ned Evett.
“Coffey writes a lot of great songs, so much so that he once performed around town for an entire month, playing only his own material, without repeating a song,” said Evett.
Together, the duo created the album These Dreams of Mine in 2007, while both were working day jobs at Wirestone.
“Bill is very savvy and knows how to manage the musical resources at his disposal when making an album,” said Evett. “The genius is in the way he keeps the manager hat from spoiling the art.” – Boise Weekly