The Lee County Library has joined with the Americana Community Music Association to offer free acoustic concerts of all original music.
Concerts will take place in the amphitheater, which is located on South Cornog Plaza. Bring a chair or a blanket; shows will be moved indoors depending on weather.
The Tuesday, April 12 event will feature The Obstructionists.
The Obstructionists are David Hintz and Ross Jordan.
David is a guitar playing singer-songwriter currently residing in North Fort Myers. David has three CDs of his original music. He is a founding member of the Americana Community Music Association, in Fort Myers, and he has performed as the headliner or the opening act many times at venues nationwide.
David’s music is thought-provoking and comes straight from the heart. David also enjoys performing obscure covers and also songs by local songwriters.
Ross has been writing songs since he picked up a guitar at age 10. He went on to study music and classical guitar at Rutgers University. His songs reflect the regional influences from all of the parts of the country that he has lived from New Jersey to the West Coast to the Mid-West and now Southwest Florida, His songs feature catchy tunes and lyrics and audience members can often be seen dancing and swaying and singing along while he performs.
The event runs from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Fort Myers Regional Library, 2450 First St. in downtown Fort Myers. Bring a blanket or chair. The show moves indoors depending on weather.
For more info, visit www.americanacma.org