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The 2013 Los Alamos County Summer Concert Series will have it’s first show Friday at Overlook Park in White Rock.
“Our 24th Season will be a tremendous year,” Coordinator Russell Gordon said. “Why do I say this when I say the same thing every year? I’m an excitable boy! I’ve been working on this Series since last September, and we’re ready. I’m thrilled! The clock is ticking.”
The featured band is What Made Milwaukee Famous. The show starts at 7 p.m. Public should bring chairs, blankets, family and friends. It’s also the first night of the Los Alamos Kite Festival, so bringing a kite is encouraged.
LA County and the Summer Series sponsors will present at least 20 acts from May 17 through Sept. 6. A complete schedule can be found at gordonssummerconcerts.com.
“I’ve been listening to What Made Milwaukee Famous almost nonstop for last two days,” Gordon said.
The band has been a stalwart of the Austin, Texas music scene since 2003.
They have played major festivals like Lolapalooza, Bonnarroo, South by Southwest and Austin City Limits. Their style of music is always changing. It is mostly an alt-rock band. They mix power indie-rock, modern rock, and intense guitar work.
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