Arts and Entertainment

Eclectic tunes in concert finale

If tunes from animated movies and some of America’s musical legends is your bag, the Jazz for Youth show tonight at Steel Lake Park is for you.

The free 7 p.m. performance, the finale in the Summer Sounds at the Beach concert series, is a review of jazz and popular music of the past 75 years –– from “Flintstones” and “Little Mermaid” to Louis Armstrong and Elvis Presley.

The Edmonds-based band has three members –– a member of a California rock band, a former sportscaster and his wife.

Craig Buhler is part of Honk, which has toured nationally with the Beach Boys and Chicago.

Randy McMillan formerly was a sportscaster on Seattle radio stations and played organ at Seattle Supersonics and Seattle Mariners games. Chris McMillan has played musical instruments since she was 8. The couple have been married for four years.

Summer Sounds at the Beach is sponsored by the city of Federal Way’s Arts Commission, the Cultural Development Authority and Eagle stores.

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