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    Join us in the Capitol Mall Amphitheater to hear the rich sounds of Kamica King and headliners The Peterson Brothers. Music Under the Star returns to the Bullock Museum this summer with three nights of electrifying performances in the new Capitol Mall Amphitheater.

    Food and drinks are available for purchase at all Music Under the Star concerts.

    $15 paid parking is available in the Bullock Museum’s underground garage. Parking is free for Members with a Music Under the Star parking voucher.

    The evening opens at 6 pm with Kamica King, a Dallas-based singer-songwriter with a radiant stage presence and folk/soul sound informed by jazz and her Afro-Caribbean roots. A United States Cultural Ambassador & Texas Touring Roster artist with global reach, Kamica authentically connects to the heart of her listeners. Kamika has been featured by the Kennedy Center, US Open (USTA), TEDx, and abroad, performing in Africa, Trinidad, and Colombia. Kamica has also caught the attention of NPR Tiny Desk Concert creator Bob Boilen, who interviewed her after hearing her song "Live, Love, Dream.”

    Then, headlining performers extraordinaire The Peterson Brothers return with their very own blend of Americana music consisting of classic Soul, Funk, Blues, and Jazz. Hailing from the vibrant musical hub of Austin, Texas, the dynamic duo consists of Glenn Jr. on vocals and guitar, and Alex, a GRAMMY® award-winning artist, on bass, vocals, and violin. As torchbearers of classic American music inspired by their family matriarchs, The Peterson Brothers captivate audiences with their infectious spirit and musical talent that pays homage to the timeless sounds that started their journey.

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