VIDEO: Ayron Jones and The Way rock Summer Concerts at Hiawatha’s second-to-last 2015 show

One more show ahead for this year’s Summer Concerts at Hiawatha series – but last night’s won’t soon be forgotten:

That’s Ayron Jones, who with his band The Way was in the middle of a Jimi Hendrix riff when we arrived at the park about midway through last night’s show, which truly rocked. Missed it? Here’s video of their original song “My Love Remains”:

Lots of showmanship as well as solid music – Jones went out into the crowd at one point; at another, as shown in the photo below, shared by Brian O – who declared this “best concert of the series” – played his guitar with a drumstick:

Busy schedule for the band – which is off to Pullman to play the Lentil Festival tonight, then back toward Puget Sound for a few more metro-area gigs. Read more about them here.

NEXT UP AT SUMMER CONCERTS @ HIAWATHA: Always the biggest turnout of the series – family fave Caspar Babypants, 6:30 pm next Thursday (August 27th) on the east lawn, and that’s the series finale. We’re proud to have been a series sponsor again this year, and every year since its start in 2009; check the right side of the series’ main page on the ANA website for the list of other great local businesses making this free music possible, and if you’ve enjoyed it, consider telling them “thanks”! (The roster includes four that are also WSB sponsors: Metropolitan Market, Curious Kidstuff, Thunder Road Guitars, and Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Northwest Real Estate.)

3 Replies to "VIDEO: Ayron Jones and The Way rock Summer Concerts at Hiawatha's second-to-last 2015 show"

  • Jeff August 21, 2015 (10:44 am)

    Awesome show and another proof point that West Seattle is the best neighborhood in the city! Thanks to everyone that organizes the summer concerts.

  • alki resident August 21, 2015 (1:07 pm)

    Ayron was so so good last nite. He was very funny and extremely talented with his guitar. Bought his cd. Can’t wait to see them again sometime.

  • West Seattle Hipster August 21, 2015 (8:07 pm)

    Saw Jones open for B.B King at The Moore last year, the man is talented.

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