Honey and Blue will bring its blend of pop, blues and soul to the Frank Fetch Park on July 15.

Part of the Third Sunday Concert Series, the quartet is scheduled to take the stage at 7 p.m.

"This is our first time performing over there," singer Stephanie Amber said.

"This summer's actually kind of crazy. We're kind of the new kids in Columbus," she said. "We've only been performing as a band for three years in area."

All the shows in the park are free. If it rains, the show will be moved into the Meeting Haus, 588 S. Third St.

Amber and Adam Darling, also a vocalist who plays guitar, met in Los Angeles.

Darling grew up in Clintonville and Amber is from Middletown, New York, and they both wanted to get back to the Midwest and regroup.

They released their second album, "All the Feels," in December with bandmates Dwight Bailey on bass and James Gaiters on drums.

"A lot of our music has an upbeat message," Amber said, adding that some songs are slow and soulful.

At live venues, they generally play 80 percent original songs, she said.

"Because we are an independent band, we can do pretty much anything we want so we like to do originals," she said.

David Gaumer, a member of the German Village Garten Club which hosts the shows, said many neighborhood residents treat the concerts as a community event, a way to connect with neighbors and enjoy a summer evening with live music.

"It's a nice event," Gaumer said. "It's well-attended. They have a couple hundred people there. People bring food to snack on."