Too Many Cooks at Music in the Park

by Alec Clayton for OLY ARTS

There’ll be Too Many Cooks at Music in the Park, and that has nothing to do with food. “Too Many Cooks” (in quotation marks) was a rock song written by Willie Dixon and performed by Mick Jagger. Too Many Cooks (no quotation marks) is a rock trio from Gig Harbor, Washington. It came together at the regular, blues-jam sessions at the Sunset Grill in Gig Harbor. Led by guitarist and singer Steve Stefanowicz with drummer Gary Marcello and bassist Bill Oden, this Too Many Cooks plays driving blues and rock with harmonies from Oden and Stefanowicz reminiscent of the Beatles with a touch of Simon and Garfunkel. Writing for The Weekly Volcano a few years back, Angela Jossy described Stefanowicz’s music as having “deft and seemingly effortless guitar skills and clear and gentle vocals.” Expect smooth, harmonious, rocking music from just the right amount of Too Many Cooks in Sylvester Park.

What: Too Many Cooks

Where: Sylvester Park,
615 Washington St. SE, Olympia

When: noon Wednesday, June 21

How much: free

Learn more: 360-357-8948 | Too Many Cooks

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