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    Ryan Pelton
    Bloomsburg FairgroundsSeptember 23, 2014 7:30 PM
    620 West 3rd Street
    Bloomsburg, PA 17815
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    The Museum At Bethel Woods: Story of 60s & Woodstock
    Bethel Woods Center for the ArtsSeptember 24, 2014 10:00 AM
    200 Hurd Road
    Bethel, NY 12720
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    Chris Young
    Bloomsburg FairgroundsSeptember 24, 2014 7:30 PM
    620 West 3rd Street
    Bloomsburg, PA 17815
    Chris Young is a Tennessee-based country musician who was declared the winner of the reality television program Nashville Star in 2006. From an early age Young displayed a knack for performing, acting in several school plays as a child, and becoming an accomplished guitarist and singer, who could also write his own original songs. While enrolled in college, Young managed to tour frequently and play a large amount of shows around the country while maintaining his scholastic schedule. After performing in Arlington, Texas, an admirer of Young's music came up to him and suggested that he try out for a reality TV show that would spotlight budding country musicians. After auditioning and catching the eyes of judges, as well as American audiences, with his characteristic style of down home country pop, Young progressed through the show's final rounds until he was crowned winner. He released his eponymously titled debut LP in 2006 and since then Young has maintained a respectable level of attention amongst country music listeners for his catchy and heartfelt songs.
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    The Saturday Giant & Small Ax Orchestra (George Wesley)
    River Street Jazz CafeSeptember 25, 2014 9:00 PM
    667 North River Street
    Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702
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    The Museum At Bethel Woods: Story of 60s & Woodstock
    Bethel Woods Center for the ArtsSeptember 25, 2014 10:00 AM
    200 Hurd Road
    Bethel, NY 12720
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    Lynyrd Skynyrd
    Bloomsburg FairgroundsSeptember 25, 2014 7:30 PM
    620 West 3rd Street
    Bloomsburg, PA 17815
    Revered for having popularized the Southern hard rock genre, Lynyrd Skynyrd has is a classic rock band from Jacksonville, Florida that is best known for catalog of music from the 1970s. Formed in 1964, the band was formed by three teenagers by the names of Ronnie Van Zant, Allen Collins and Gary Rossington who chose the name Leonard Skinner, a mock tribute to their P.E. teacher, before stylizing their band's name as it is known today. Lynyrd Skynyrd released its first album, in 1973 to immediate success, garnering attention from fans across the country with its country-inspired hard rock sound. The band's debut record was the first in a series of acclaimed albums, followed closely by 1974's Second Helping, which featured one of the most renowned American rock songs, "Sweet Home Alabama." Lynyrd Skynryd created several tunes that are now deeply ingrained in American pop culture as anthems of classic rock, despite the infamous 1977 plane crash that would cut the band's peak years short. After Steve Gaines, Cassie Gaines and lead vocalist Ronnie Van Zant were killed in the crash only three days after the release of the band's fifth studio album, Street Survivors, Lynyrd Skynyrd broke up. The band ultimately reformed in 1987 with lead guitarist Gary Rossington as the only original member along with several musicians who played with Lynyrd Skynyrd before the crash, and Van Zant's younger brother Johnny as lead vocalist and songwriter.
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