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Trio to perform with Jackson Municipal Band
The Jackson Municipal Band will hold its weekly concert at 8 p.m. Thursday at the band shell in Jackson City Park on Route D. Special guests include Flood Plain, an acoustic vocal trio. The trio has developed a devoted following in the past year covering a variety of music, including classic rock, pop and country.
The band's portion of the concert features band director Christopher Crawford on the xylophone, marches, "Mighty Fortress" by Martin Luther, and arranged by Darren Jenkins, and a collection of Elton John hits. Bring a lawn chair or blanket for seating.