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To anyone who thinks a library is just books, its time to look between the shelves because the Los Alamos County Library System is about to prove just how cool it really is. The rock ’n’ roll band, The High Strung is coming to perform, along with the local band, The Small Town Lab Rats.
The free concert will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Fuller Lodge and is sponsored by the county libraries and funded in part by the Friends of the Library.
Several staff members at the county library, including Angie Manfredi, head of youth services, and Bernadine Goldman, assistant library manager, have heard The High Strung perform at different events, and admire the band’s talent. “They’re really terrific,” Goldman said.
She isn’t the only fan. According to a library press release, Rolling Stone, and the Village Voice, have praised the band as being one of the best rock n’ roll bands in America. The High Strung has also appeared on MTV, and have been featured in Entertainment Weekly, Magnet, Harp, and Spin magazines.
While the band will be performing through the library for the first time, it is their third national library tour.
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