WQLN Sounds Around Town presents Tyler Smilo

Categories:  Events    Music
Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015 at 8:25 PM
WQLN Sounds Around Town presents Tyler Smilo by Alex Bieler
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Tyler Smilo may not originally be from the Erie area, but he’s certainly found himself a home in The Flagship City. The talented performer has endeared himself to the region with his heartfelt music, both solo and with bands like Potwhole and Daybreak Radio, which is a big reason why WQLN will host Smilo during its Sounds Around Town Series Friday, July 31.

With a pair of excellent albums to his name – both of which earned four stars from this writer –  Smilo has become a prominent songwriter in the region, so make sure to head to WQLN’s pond-side pavilion and check out one of Erie’s terrific talents for free. – Alex Bieler

7 p.m. // 8425 Peach St. // wqln.org

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