Port Royal’s Spring Concert series kicks off

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By Bob Sofaly

Port Royal’s Outdoor Spring Concert series got of to a soggy start Friday (May 28th) as Tropical Storm Bonnie rolled through Beaufort County dumping several inches of rain.

Those who braved the wet weather, gathered in The Shed to listen to Angela Easterling and the Beguilers from Greer, S.C, as they played their own special brand of Up-State Country.

The next free concert in the Spring series will be 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 11th.

Photo above: Angela Easterling and the Beguilers helped kick off the free Spring series of Street Music on Paris Ave. on Saturday at The Shed in Port Royal.

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Terry Cameron, left, and Linda Heints didn’t let a Tropical Storm Bonnie stop them from a good time during the kick off of the Spring series of Street Music on Paris Ave.
Maureen Cooley, left, and close friend Jerry Hyde listen to some of the country music by Angela Easterling and The Beguilers on Saturday at The Shed in Port Royal.
Maureen Cooley, left, and close friend Jerry Hyde listen to some of the country music by Angela Easterling and The Beguilers on Saturday at The Shed in Port Royal.
Angela Easterling plays her mandolin while singing one of her original songs Saturday evening at The Shed in Port Royal.
Angela Easterling plays her mandolin while singing one of her original songs Saturday evening at The Shed in Port Royal.