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Big show set for Aug. 18 on courthouse lawn

By Martha Jacob –
The August 18 Summer on the Square Concert will feature entertainment by Jack Garrett and the Syndicate Orchestra.
The show will begin at 7 p.m. in front of the courthouse in Georgetown. This event is being sponsored by Merchants National Bank in Georgetown and Higginsport and the Cary Bavis Post 180 American Legion.
Jack Garrett and his bands have been performing classic and contemporary entertainment for over 20 years. The group is based out of Cincinnati and travel all over the United States.
“We would like to invite everyone out for this great show,” said Carol Myers, member of the Courthouse Square Association, Inc. “Bring your own chair, sit back and enjoy the show. The music this group plays are all the old favorites.”
The variety of songs to be performed by the group include “Footloose”, “Rolling in the Deep”, “Get Lucky”, “This is How We Do It”, “Save the Last Dance for Me”, “Dancing in the Street”, “September”, “What You Won’t Do for Love”, “Happy”, “All About that Bass”, “You Are the Best Thing”, “How Sweet it is”, “The Best is Yet to Come”, “All of Me”, and “This Will Be”.
The band will be performing everything from pop, soul, Motown, funk, salsa, big band, swing, Latin, rock, rhythm and blues, jazz and country.
To learn more about this event please call (937) 378-6769.

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