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Circle unbroken at McEuen’s Augusta show



Concertgoers took a trip through the decades to the present during a Friday performance by John McEuen and the Circle Band.

McEuen and band mates Les Thompson and John Cable played in the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and along with Danny Knicely, performed hits from the band's earlier years, such as ...

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  1. Thank you, Susan McCord, for a very comprehensive summary of a splendid concert…..The Imperial Theatre is fortunate to be home for the Southern Soul & Song Series over the years of its existence presented by The Morris Museum of Art. I never cease to be amazed by each performance, and that is the vision of Kevin Grogan, which is likewise incredible.

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