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Something You May Not Have Known: Ed Turner



Usually, there is a something involved in this column, but this time, it's a someone you might not have known. The local legend Ed Turner.

Augustan Ed Turner and his band Number 9 recently played two sold out shows at the Imperial Theater that the band cheekily dubbed “the end of an error;” howe...

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  1. Ed Turner has brought an amazing amount of joy and happiness to our community. To live doing the thing you love while bring such joy to others is a great life indeed. We are fortunate to have folks like Ed Turner and his musically talented friends amongst us. Thank you Ed and all those involved.

  2. What a remarkable tribute to Ed. A stand out class act and amazingly talented. Rarely does one ever see Ed without a smile on his face. Thank you Ed for all you have contributed to Augusta and surrounding areas.

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