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‘From the Edge’ featured at this weekend’s Covered Bridge Jams

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This Saturday’s Covered Bridge Jams Concert will feature the group From the Edge. “We are very excited to have this awesome local group with us this Saturday Night,” stated Recreation Manager David Nanney.

“From the Edge” is a new and fresh Rock n’ Roll Cover Band with members from East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia, playing all types of venues from pubs and parties to weddings and festivals. Providing an electric mix of Southern Rock and Country to your favorite oldies, “From the Edge” will serve up music you will absolutely enjoy.

Influences: Journey, Fleetwood Mac, Prince, ’80s hair bands, Eagles, Pretenders, Bryan Adams and lots and lots of your preferred ’80s music.
 
Elizabethton Parks and Recreation is proud to bring you this free concert series along with our sponsors: Carter County Bank, Elizabethton Star, WBEJ Radio, Elizabethton Federal and Carter County Parks and Recreation Board.

“Come on down to Covered Bridge Park Saturday at 7 p.m. Bring your lawn chair and sit back and enjoy a fantastic free concert,” said Nanney.

For more information you may contact the Elizabethton Parks and Recreation Department at 423-547-6441.

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