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Ol' Front Porch Music Festival 2018
The show must go on
October 10, 2018
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Cane Mill Road, a bluegrass band from Western NC, played the riverfront stage on Saturday. The group ranges in age from 16 – 21.
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Local group Harbor Sounds characterizes the Ol’ Front Porch Music Festival sound.
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A tired pup listens to the evening jam session by the riverfront stage.
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Flat Mountain Dulcimers
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Barry Bey sings his original song ‘Pamlico Flood’ on the porch at Nautical Wheelers.
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Mahalo Jazz, an improvisational jazz band, played the main stage this year.
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Festival volunteers in yellow shirts were everywhere, listening to music and helping the crowds.
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Chatham County Line connected with the audience.
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Headliners Chatham County Line played to a full lawn, receiving two standing ovations at the end of their performance.
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Chatham County Line. (Photo Ty Rhudy)
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Sunday Morning Community Worship Services were held at the Riverfront stage.
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Saturday night after the bands packed up and the festival cleared, a young man played harmonica at the riverside.
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Posted Wednesday October 10, 2018 by Allison DeWeese


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