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Free concerts in Mercerdale Park

Mostly Music in the Park, the free series of concerts stretching from mid-July into August, begins this week.

Soul Kata, a jazz-rhythm and blues group, kicks off the series on Thursday, July 14. The quartet features singer Katrina Wible, a 1998 graduate of Mercer Island High School.

The band, which appears frequently in Seattle night spots, mixes standards such as George Gershwin's ``Summertime'' with rock ballads like Jimi Hendrix's ``Angel.''

Lately the group has added originals, such as ``So True,'' a love song Wible wrote for her boyfriend.

Appearing Sunday, July 17, will be Shambala, a Three Dog Night tribute band.

Next week on Thursday, July 21, Incendio, featuring Latin guitar and world fusion, will appear. On Sunday, July 24, Show Brazil -- Brazilian music and dance -- will perform.

Concerts start at 7 p.m. The shows will go on in a light drizzle, but not in a downpour.

Mostly Music in the Park summer lineup

Thursday, July 14: Soul Kata (R & B, jazz, funk)

Sunday, July 17: Shambala, a tribute to Three Dog Night

Thursday, July 21: Incendio (Latin guitar and world fusion)

Sunday, July 24: Show Brazil (Brazilian music and dance)

Thursday, July 28: Lois LaFond & the Rockadiles (children's music)

Sunday, July 31: Jude Bowerman (R & B, blues)

Thursday, Aug. 4: Clinton Fearon and the Boogie Brown Band (reggae)

Sunday, Aug. 7: Seattle Women's Jazz Orchestra (16-piece jazz band with two vocalists)

Thursday, Aug. 11: Jo Miller & Her Burly Roughnecks (hillbilly/honkytonk swing)

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