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HUNTINGTON -- A Tri-State native and former Marshall University cheerleader brought 93.7 the Dawg's Pullman Square Summer Concert Series home Thursday night.
Capping off a season that Mike Kirtner, CEO of Kindred Communications, said consisted of "the best lineup we've ever had," Dana Romanello, an aspiring country singer and Lucasville, Ohio, native, brought her trademark "Sassy Grass" to the stage at Pullman, where hundreds of people gathered to rock out one last time this summer.
The series, which is sponsored by Dutch-Miller Chevrolet and Heiners Bakery, is noted for its showcasing of local and nationally touring bands.
Groups ranging from Huntington-based Kayla DeHart & River Town to Red Wanting Blue, which appeared on the David Letterman show last year, brought their sound to Pullman.
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Local, national talent highlighted at Pullman Square Concert Series