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Singin' in the rain

KENT NISHIMURA | Times

Hopes were high for the first Downtown Country Jam in downtown Brooksville, but the weather did not fully cooperate Saturday. Still, folks like Joe Lyons, of the band Fast 4 Ward, and his wife, Susan, found reason to cheer as Justin Phillips of Nashville, Tenn., took the stage to sing with Jennifer Lee and Nevaeh Peek. The lineup included Whiskey Rose and the Soul Circus Cowboys at the band shell in Hernando Park.

Singin' in the rain

05/03/14 [Last modified: Saturday, May 3, 2014 8:43pm]
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