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July 16, 2014

Marlow concert series continues

DUNCAN — Marlow will host the local Chance Anderson Band during its second community concert.

After the success of its first concert, the City of Marlow plans to continue its series by hosting another free show at 6 p.m. July 24  at the downtown stage in Marlow. A local business will provide guests with hot dogs.

City Administrator Jason McPherson said Marlow is excited to welcome another band after a decent turnout for its first show.  

The Chance Anderson Band, a red dirt band, will perform with Marlow’s own Chance Anderson as singer.

“He is a local guy who lives in Marlow,” said McPherson. “He’s climbing the charts in Texas.”

While the concert series is still in its beginning stages, McPherson said he hopes the show will continue to thrive and bring more Marlow citizens together.

“It’s just nice to bring the people of Marlow into town together,” he said.  

The final concert in the series will take place on Aug.15.

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