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Wichita Falls Concert Series Continues

The Parks and Recreation Department is excited to announce the continuing lineup for their free End of Summer/Fall concert series.

Tuesday, September 30th:
House Special
Voted by fans as Gigmasters Best of 2013 this entertaining band transports crowds back to the great era of classic rock, blues, and country.

Tuesday, October 7th:
Hale Baskin and Little Big Band
San Francisco Jazz critic, Herb Wong, says, "Hale Baskin is endowed with a clear, beautiful voice, a sure sense of swing, and a seemingly innate sense of the nuances of Jazz phrasing.  She moves effortlessly from channeling the songbirds of the 1940's Big Bands to classic Ella Fitzgerald inspired Jazz standards to funky R&B and Motown favorites to down home blues tunes."

Tuesday, October, 21st:
Timeless
This high energy band brings years of entertaining experience as well as an expert blend of musical genres.  Each member brings unique musical quality and talent playing a broad mix of musical styles including: Motown, Funk, Current and Classic Hits, Soul, Oldies, Beach, Jazz, Big Band, Swing, and more.

All concerts are scheduled from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and are performed at the MPEC, next to the flag plaza near the Kay Yeager Coliseum.  Bring the family, kids, friends, grandparents and pets (on a leash), chairs or blankets and maybe even pack a picnic dinner to enjoy while listening to some excellent live music from these talented and entertaining groups.  For more information please call 761-7490.
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