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HEINER'S PULLMAN SQUARE CONCERT SERIES
DeHart and Rivertown already had a good crowd and when the Oakwood Road Band took the stage, things really begin to rock. The audience liked the Oakwood Road Band.
Pullman Square was packed with so many people it was tough to walk through without running into someone.
An appearance from Francis the parrot was again popular getting on stage with Chuck Black and the Oakwood Road Band.