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Night Beat: Special edition retrospective of Ed Turner & Number 9



What a long, rocking trip it’s been.

I very clearly remember first time Dean and I saw Ed Turner & Number 9. It was in April of 2009 when they played at the Paul S. Simon Theatre located inside the old Fort Discovery building. We were still fairly new to Augusta, having moved from Atlanta in...

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  1. My sister was there and it was the first time she had been to hear them, she was blown away by their talent and enthusiasm. I hope that like many great bands they will get together occasionally for a reunion concert. Every band member appears very invested in the group, not something easy to walk away from.

  2. My wife and I were there Saturday night, and it was great.
    We were happy because it was our very first time seeing this awesome band play…and we were also saddened this was the last time we were ever going to see this awesome band play.
    My brother, Karl, has seen them many, many times over the years, and has insisted we go see them countless times. Guess I’m hardheaded, and I know now what I missed out on.
    Still, I’m so glad we got to see them.
    Thanks Karl. And thanks Ed.

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