Woodstock vibes fill Pullman Square
HUNTINGTON -- The spirit of 1969 took over Pullman Square for the latest edition of its popular summer concert series.
"A Night of Woodstock" featured Dr. Charles Jarrett from Ohio University Southern and others performing music from the original Woodstock Festival that happened 45 years ago this month.
The concert series is presented by 93.7 The Dawg and sponsored by Heiner's Bakery and Dutch Miller.
Free shows take place each Thursday at 7 p.m. through Aug. 28. Next week, Emily Kinner and the Fringe will perform a variety of blues, jazz, soul, county and rock.
The 17-year-old singer/songwriter has become familiar on the Huntington music scene this summer, making the musical rounds at Party on the Patio at Heritage Station, Bobby G's and Willie's.
The last of the Pullman Square concert series will feature The Carpenter Ants on Aug. 21 and Shane Thomas on Aug. 28.
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