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Cary concert to feature Civil War patriotic songs

CARY – Patriotic songs from the Civil War will be part of a musical offering by the Kishwaukee Ramblers at a concert June 30 at the Center for Spiritual Evolution.

This special holiday concert will be at 1 p.m. at the center, 204 Spring St.

Material to be performed includes Americana, Celtic, folk and Civil War music presented in authentic Civil War attire.

Tickets cost $20.

The Kishwaukee Ramblers are Amy Beth, Neal Brown and Gary Plazyk. This trio of musicians formed in 2006. The Woodstock group plays instruments including banjo, hammered dulcimer, concertina, fiddle, guitar and many unusual and historic instruments.

They perform at the Woodstock Farmers Market, Stage Left Café, the Woodstock Square Mall and Civil War re-enactments. 

For information about the group, visit www.kishwaukeeramblers.com.

For information about the center, visit www.newthoughtmchenry.org.

For tickets, call 847-516-1950.

– Northwest Herald

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