Arts and Entertainment

Nagler to play at NOLT benefit

Kory Nagler and The Good Boys are featured in a "Music on the Meadow" fundraising concert from 7-10 p.m. Friday, July 30. The concert benefits the North Olympic Land Trust. The audience is welcome to come early with blankets and picnics. Entry is opposite Peninsula Golf Club, 824 Lindberg Road, Port Angeles. The golf club is providing free parking for the event.

Nagler, 26, grew up in Sequim. He left and played to packed clubs in Chicago. He returned to the Northwest and joined the Seattle band Westerly. "All the Good Boys," his debut album released in August 2009, is described as "a fusion of rock, soul, country, folk, blues and gospel." Joshua Schramm, Seattle, who joins Nagler for guitar and vocals, also plays with Westerly. Nagler's younger brother Casey, who lives in Sequim, plays keyboard and sings.

His second CD, "Kory Nagler Presents: The Reverend and Terry Moon," is to be released in September.

Tickets are $10 per person. Tickets for the NOLT StreamFest smorgasbord on Sunday, Aug. 29, also will be available.

For more information, visit or call 417-1815, the Land Trust's Web site and office phone.

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