Narrows resuming concert schedule with live streamed performances

Posted 5/22/20

Beginning Friday, May 22 at 8 p.m., and every Friday moving forward, we will be live streaming some great music from our venue into your home. These shows will be free to watch with the option to …

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Narrows resuming concert schedule with live streamed performances

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Beginning Friday, May 22 at 8 p.m., and every Friday moving forward, we will be live streaming some great music from our venue into your home. These shows will be free to watch with the option to make a donation. All donations will split evenly between the Narrows Center and the artists.
Schedule is as follows:

Friday, May 22 - Neal McCarthy Band
Friday, May 29 - Ward Hayden and The Outliers
Friday, June 5 - Colby James and the Ramblers (pictured)
Friday, June 12 - GA-20
Friday, June 19 - Brian Dunne
Friday, June 26 - Trinity - A Tribute to CSNY
Friday, July 3 - Songwriter's Circle with Chuck Williams, Louie Leeman and Mike Laureanno
Friday, July 10 - Mark Erelli
All shows will be streamed on The Narrows Center's YouTube channel.

WHERE: Live streamed on YouTube
WHEN: Fridays at 8 p.m.
COST: Free; donations appreciated
MORE INFO: Narrowscenter.org

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