John Kirlin knows all about bike safety. He rides his bicycle everywhere, and a few weeks ago, was hit by a car. Thankfully, he escaped with only a few bumps and bruises, but now he wants to raise awareness and money to keep Casper bikers safe.
Over the last few weeks, we've talked a lot about John Kirlin. He's been playing all over town, building up his fan base, and entertaining folks of all ages.He was even kind enough to be the inaugural musician in our new "Live At Tee Roy's Desk" series.
One of Casper's favorite sons, John Kirlin comes from an extremely talented musical family. The gift of song is so engrained into him, that he has no problem making you think you're listening to a full band when he hits the stage solo.
The Nicolaysen Art Museum's free Wednesday night concert series (Wednesday Night Live) will bring John Kirlin and the High Plains Drifters back to Casper for a splendid night of music, food and friends on July 18th.
Music fans came together at The Wonderbar to show support for local music and cancer awareness on Friday during a 12-hour marathon. Artists included John Kirlin, Chad Lore, Dang Ol' Boys, Sue Morrison and more.