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Free concert Jan. 30 at First Baptist


Free concert Jan. 30 at First Baptist
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‘Propaganda,’ ‘Beautiful Eulogy’ to perform

All youth of the community are invited for a night of music, poetry, and ministry as nationally known hip hop recording artists “Propaganda” and “Beautiful Eulogy” perform a free concert during the Frontline Youth service in the First Baptist Church in La Vernia on Wednesday, Jan. 30, at 6 p.m.

“Propaganda,” an artist from Los Angeles, has recorded two albums and is known for his spoken word poetry. “Beautiful Eulogy” is a three-person experimental hip-hop band from Portland which just recently debuted their first album. Their albums can be downloaded for free at
www.humblebeastrecords.com.

For more, call Randy McDaris at 210-557-2151.
 

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