As summer temperatures heat up, one place to cool off is the Wilton Library\u2019s 19th annual Summer Music & More Concert SeriesThe opening concert is Thursday, June 27, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. with the popular trio, Over Easy. The concerts continue on three consecutive Thursday nights, July 11, 18 and 25, from 5 to 6:30 p.m., with performances that evoke the 40s through the 70s and beyond. The Village Market is once again sponsoring the series.\u201cWilton Library\u2019s concerts are such a staple of the community. We are proud to be part of this summer tradition for the past 19 years,\u201d Village Market co-owner Tim Dolnier said.\u201cOur customers regularly express how appreciative they are that we are supporting the library; and we wouldn\u2019t have it any other way,\u201d co-owner Mike Picheco said.PerformersMark Holleran (keyboards and guitar), Jim Zembruski (percussion) and Steve Cinque (bass) comprise Over Easy, the trio that sings 60s harmonies, covering groups from the British Invasion to the Beach Boys and more. The musicians\u2019 fun, laid-back style invites audience participation in a version of \u201cname that tune\u201d that is interactive and infectious. The June 27 performance will be the group\u2019s third appearance at the library\u2019s summer concert series.A new group to the library\u2019s line-up, The Barons, performs on July 11, with a comprehensive repertoire of popular \u201coldies\u201d from the 50s and 60s, including their own 1963 hits, \u201cPledge of A Fool,\u201d \u201cRemember Rita\u201d on Epic Records, and \u201cPossibility,\u201d on Old Town Records under the name of The Crowns. The group has more than 45 years of performing experience.Billy & The Showmen return to the Summer Music & More concerts for the third year on July 18 bringing their energized R&B, soul, and funk performances of popular songs from the 70s and beyond. Billy Frenz (guitar and vocals) is the musical director of this 13-member full-tilt band.The finale of the concert series on July 25 brings Steve Kazlauskas and his Echoes of Sinatra show to the library for the seventh year. A crowd-pleaser, Kazlauskas reminisces with the audience as he croons the songs of Old Blue Eyes.The concerts are free and open to everyone with free refreshments provided by the library and Michael Crystal\u2019s generous wine donations keep the party going. The concerts take place rain or shine in the Brubeck Room. Concertgoers can sit indoors or enjoy pleasant summer evenings in the courtyard with the bands in full view. There is no registration; attendees can pop in for a few minutes or appreciate the full hour-and-a-half performances.Wilton Library is at 137 Old Ridgefield Road. For information and directions, visit www.wiltonlibrary.org or call 203-762-6334.