Band vocalist and guitarist Ron Brault of Wilton said \u201cacoustics, harmonies, and good feelings\u201d are to be expected from The Blue Sky Band at the opening concert of the 15th annual Wilton Library Summer Concert Series.The concert is scheduled for Thursday, July 9, at 5 p.m. in the library\u2019s Brubeck Room, rain or shine.Brault, who also founded the band a year ago by way of a Craigslist ad, told The Bulletin this week concert-goers can also expect original songs mixed into the standard set of cover songs.\u201cWe\u2019ll probably play a Beatles song, perhaps some Crosby, Stills & Nash, but who knows? We\u2019re a little on the eclectic side; we try not to be too predictable, but I will say that we\u2019ll definitely be playing some originals, too.\u201dThe Blue Sky Band plays fan favorites and deeper cuts from the 60s and 70s, with genres that include folk, swing, and pop.It covers \u201cchoice\u201d material by Carole King, The Mamas & the Papas, Johnny Mercer, Michael Jackson, Laura Nyro and other acts.The band is heavy on the side of vocals. \u201cWe love to sing and harmonize; it\u2019s central to our sound,\u201d said Brault.According to a press release, \u201cThe Blue Sky Band formed to sing songs in rich, close harmonies and to choose material from any era that would suit a band that is focused on voice.\u201dWhen asked how the band found its sound, Brault spoke for the rest, lightheartedly saying, \u201cWe wanted to keep the noise level down.\u201dBut he was only half-joking.The clear softness of acoustic music is something the band actively strives to achieve.\u201cConsistent across our musical spectrum is rich harmony and rhythms from acoustic guitars and bass that resonate with the clarity, good feeling, and tone of a blue-sky day,\u201d read the release.Brault grew up in a musical household in Fairhaven, Mass. He played full time across New England with the rock band Tamarac after he graduated from college.When he moved to Wilton in 1991, Brault formed The Wingnuts, a cover band that was well-known across Fairfield County for two decades.Brault recorded two original CDs as a solo artist and three with The Wingnuts, and he wants to record one with The Blue Sky Band as soon as possible.\u201cI play electric and acoustic; fingerstyle; picking; swing and jazz-comping,\u201d said Brault.\u201cThe Wingnuts used to play the July 4 fireworks,\u201d he said. \u201cWe also played the library concert series. It\u2019s neat to be going back with a different band.\u201dThe aforementioned Craigslist ad that Brault jokingly termed a \u201ctime-honored tradition\u201d for bandmaking, was first answered by another Wiltonian: Dan Lanzi, 20 years a resident.Lanzi plays bass for the band. He started to play guitar during his middle school days in upstate New York, and took up the bass in college, where he played in a \u201cspace-punk\u201d band called The Shards in the early 80s. He now performs throughout the New York metropolitan area as well as on tour through the Midwest and Canada, on bass as well as guitar with the group SymphoNYChorus. He also plays bass or guitar most Sunday mornings at Jesse Lee Memorial Church in Ridgefield.Other members of the Blue Sky Band are Janine Jandrositz, vocals, of Stamford, and Mark V. Bisson, of Easton.The concert is sponsored by the Village Market, with wine provided by Michael Crystal. Admission and refreshments are free. It will run until approximately 6:30.Future concerts in this year\u2019s series are The 5 O\u2019clocks on July 16, The Bernadettes on July 23 and Echoes of Sinatra with Steve Kazlauskas on July 30.Information: www.wiltonlibrary.org\/events.