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Live on the Plaza! Music Series at University Park

Live on the Plaza!
Music Series at University Park

Hagerstown, MD (June 6, 2008)- The Washington County Arts Council and the City of Hagerstown host, Live on the Plaza! a music series at University Plaza each Thursday evening from 5pm to 6:30pm now through July 3, 2008. The concert is free and open to the public. Beverages will be sold by the Washington County Arts Council to raise money to support the arts through programs such as this music series.
The series began with the 2008 Western Maryland Blues Fest Prelude concert featuring Albert Cummings on May 29, 2008 and continued with Thique featuring Lana Spence on Thursday, June 5, 2008. The series will continue on Thursday, June 12 with Jumptown. Jumptown is a septet based primarily in Loudoun County, Virginia. The group performs a mix of musical genres ranging from vintage R&B to jump, blues and soul. Their performances appeal to all ages and make the audience to jump on their feet and dance! Featuring the smoky and smooth style of vocalist, Christian Mercher, the inspired wails of local sax player, Carl Disque, and a supporting ensemble that includes a B-3 organ, trumpet, guitar, bass and drums, this concert promises to be an exciting event to welcome back a band which debuted at Blues Fest 2007.
The music series will continue on Thursday, June 19, Thursday, June 26 and Thursday, July 3, 2008.
The University Plaza is located adjacent to the University System of Maryland at Hagerstown campus located at 32 West Washington Street in Downtown Hagerstown. For more information individuals may contact the Washington County Arts Council at 301-791-3132 or the City of Hagerstown at 301-739-8577, x183.

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