For the first time since 2015, Jalan Crossland will perform at the Fridays in the Asher music and arts series this Friday night.

The popular singer-songwriter from Ten Sleep, Wyoming will be joined by Laramie-based acts Elk Tongue and Hoi Ann for one of the most anticipated lineups in the eight-year history of the series.

Jalan Crossland has been a revered staple of the Cowboy State’s music scene for nearly 25 years. He recently released a compilation entitled Jalan Crossland’s Greatest Efforts featuring 19 of his most popular songs.

Elk Tongue and Hoi Ann are both making their debuts on the series. Members of Elk Tongue previously performed the series as Harriman Exit.

The show begins at 7:00 PM Friday at the Asher Building (500 W. 15th Street) in Cheyenne. Admission is $5.00.The show is open to all ages. Beer and other malt beverages will be available for purchase for people 21 and older.