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Final Street Music show rocks on

By Bob Sofaly

The fourth and last series of the summer presentation of Street Music on Paris Avenue had the audience on their feet last Saturday evening in Port Royal. The Burt Walker Band from Nashville, Tenn., played some original music as well as other Blues standards as a cool breeze helped keep the temperature down. Many brought their own snacks and libations and sat in neighborhood groups, while others mixed and mingled and made new friends.

Burt Walker, front man for the Burt Walker band, picks his guitar while singing. In the background is bassist Jeremy MIddleton.
Burt Walker, front man for the Burt Walker band, picks his guitar while singing. In the background is bassist Jeremy MIddleton.
Bryson White, 2-year-old son of Robbie and Cyndi White of Fripp Island, helps himself to fresh fruit prior the start of the concert.
Bryson White, 2-year-old son of Robbie and Cyndi White of Fripp Island, helps himself to fresh fruit prior the start of the concert.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dan Burton, center, and Bill Ripa of Dataw Island, get a helping of snacks they had brought to the Street Music on Paris Avenue last Saturday night in Port Royal. The men said they formed an unofficial Dataw Island Social Club for the concert.
Dan Burton, center, and Bill Ripa of Dataw Island, get a helping of snacks they had brought to the Street Music on Paris Avenue last Saturday night in Port Royal. The men said they formed an unofficial Dataw Island Social Club for the concert.
A large crowd attends the popular Street Music on Paris Avenue concert.
A large crowd attends the popular Street Music on Paris Avenue concert.

 

 

 

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