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Music with Robert Cedrone in Lexington – April 10

By Noah | April 6, 2010

As I mentioned in the posting below, Robert Cedrone and I will be appearing again this Saturday at the Starbucks (map) that’s on the north side of Lexington, MA (not the one in the center of town!)  It’s only an hour, but if you feel like stopping by for some coffee and a little music, please do!  Robert and I go on at about 7PM, but there are also a couple of other groups on ahead of us, so come early.

Robert plays acoustic guitar and sings a mix of covers including Van Morrison, Al Green, Southside Johnny, Roy Orbison, etc., and some originals too.   We’ll be joined by Ron Chancey, who is a terrific guitar player.  Robert and Ron have for years been in the legendary Boston-area blues band, the Urge, and these local gigs give them a chance to get and do something a bit quieter.

The gig will be at:

60 Bedford St
Lexington, MA 02420
(781) 863-1189

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