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Country Campfire Songs With The Workingmans Duo
Children and adults of all ages are invited to participate. Stories told about life ion the first settlers and how western folk ballads spread news throughout the frontier towns and later were incorporated into modern country music. Songs by such legendary recording artists as Hank Williams, Gene Autry, Willie Nelson, Woody Guthrie, Johnny Cash, and Roger Miller. Traditional songs will be sung such as Home On The Range, On Top Of Old Smoky, Ballad Of Jesse James, King Of The Road. The musicians are Tom Yates of Stow born in Houston Texas on guitar and vocals, Rick Maida of Maynard on bass. No cover. Great ice cream desserts served.

When: Mar 24, 2019 2pm to Mar 24, 2019 4pm in Concord, MA

The Hypnotist - Tommy Vee

Come see comedic hyponostist as he returns to CCHS for another amazing night.  This is his 8th performance at CCHS.

When: Mar 29, 2019 6:45PM in Concord, MA

The Workingman's Band

Join us as we celebrateMardi-Gras Weekend with good friends food and music from the classic Rock & Roll era of the the 1950s to the 70s including songs by Chuck Berry, Johnny Cash, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, Donovan, Arlo Guthrie. Tom Yates - guitar & vocals, Rick Maida - bass, Mike Avery - drums. Watch our videos here https://www.reverbnation.com/workingmansband/videos

When: Mar 29, 2019 8pm in Concord, MA

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About Concord, MA
The town of Concord was founded in 1635 and is located in Middlesex County. Concord is know as the place where the revolutionary war began at the "Battle of Lexington and Concord".