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‘County Line’ spring concerts

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The “County Line Community Band” will present its annual spring concert Sunday, June 3, at 3 p.m. in the Longhorn Museum located on S.H. 97 in Pleasanton. The same concert will be presented at the Oak Island United Methodist Church Sunday, June 10, at 6:30 p.m. The Oak Island church is located on the south side of Loop 1604 near the Poteet highway.

Admission to both concerts is free and the program will be a little on the upbeat side.

The program features “The Blues Brothers Revue,” which includes rock, soul, and swing; and “That’s A Plenty,” which is swingin’ Dixieland.

The band will present its rendition of “Morning in Madrid,” a really nice number that reflects the sounds of Spain. Chuck Maille will perform an alto sax solo with band accompaniment made popular by Kenny G, titled “What a Wonderful World.”

For more information, contact Robert Green at 830-484-2114.

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