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Music That Matters At This Year’s WoodSongs Dalton Concert Series

High Fidelity Bluegrass Band opens this year’s WoodSongs Dalton concert series on Saturday, January 27th.
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High Fidelity Bluegrass Band opens this year’s WoodSongs Dalton concert series on Saturday, January 27th.

WoodSongs Dalton is an Americana concert series that supports the DEO Clinic, a health care nonprofit for low-income uninsured residents in the Dalton area.

At the end of this month, the series returns with the first of four concerts on Saturday, January 27th at First Presbyterian Church.

Doors open at 6:30 PM - the music begins at 7 PM.

Three more concerts will be performed at that time in the Church on the last Saturday of February, March and April.

Tom Brown - former executive director of the DEO Clinic - steers WoodSongs Dalton.

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