Pack your blanket, a picnic dinner and a bottle of wine and sit back and enjoy the show in the midst of our fragrant Fountain Garden!
Klehm will close at 3:00 pm and reopen at 4:00 pm for Woodsong attendees to enjoy the grounds before the show starts at 6:00 pm.
Trinadora Rocks is noted for their versatility as well as their musicianship. They can play entire concerts of Latin, Celtic, country, jazz, Roy Orbison, Patsy Cline, or Hank Williams music.
‘Trinadora’ names a trilling bird native to Argentina, a guitar in Peruvian slang, and – most important for our purposes – the Ron Holm and Jannie Nelson duo. The pair selected their name for Jannie’s trilling on her bird-shaped ocarina and for Ron’s guitar. Jannie also plays keyboard, concertina, penny whistle, and various percussion instruments; Ron also plays harmonica and bass. Trinadora Rocks is noted for their versatility as well as their musicianship. They can play entire concerts of Latin, Celtic, country, jazz, Roy Orbison, Patsy Cline, or Hank Williams music. When Midwest standouts John Bishoff (guitar, vocals) and Tim Austin (percussion, vocals) join the fun, the ‘Trinadora Rocks’ band (“T’ Rocks”, for short) is the result. The band’s repertoire includes 100s of original, standards, and vintage songs in a mind-stretching variety ranging from country to jazz to Celtic. The band’s musical potpourri program is called ‘US Roots.’
Directions: Klehm Arboretum & Botanic Garden - 2715 S. Main St., Rockford, IL 61102 - From I-90 and U.S. Business 20 (E. State St.), west on Business 20 to downtown Rockford. After crossing the Rock River, turn left on Church St., IL 2. Follow IL 2, which will join S. Main St. to the Arboretum on the right at Clifton Ave. From the south and west: follow U.S. Bypass 20 to S. Main (IL 2); go north on S. Main to the Arboretum on the left at Clifton.