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September 19, 2018

Halfway to Nowhere to Wrap-Up Summer Concert Series


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</p>The 2008 West Linear Park Summer Concert Series concludes with an exciting performance by Halfway To Nowhere at 7pm on Tuesday, August 19th at the Veterans' Stage on West Linear Park in downtown Oswego.  The Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce and the City of Oswego sponsored the concert series.  Pictured above from left are band members: Jack Barlow, keyboards & vocals; Cecil Barlow, bass guitar & vocals; Buddy Murray, lead guitar & vocals; ‘Oswego Idol', Tammy Stewart, lead vocals; Bill Barlow, drums; and Don Gaskins, rhythm guitar & vocals.

The 2008 West Linear Park Summer Concert Series concludes with an exciting performance by Halfway To Nowhere at 7pm on Tuesday, August 19th at the Veterans' Stage on West Linear Park in downtown Oswego. The Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce and the City of Oswego sponsored the concert series. Pictured above from left are band members: Jack Barlow, keyboards & vocals; Cecil Barlow, bass guitar & vocals; Buddy Murray, lead guitar & vocals; ‘Oswego Idol', Tammy Stewart, lead vocals; Bill Barlow, drums; and Don Gaskins, rhythm guitar & vocals.

The music of one of the area’s most popular bands will fill the air along West Linear Park as the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce Summer Concert Series comes to an end.  On Tuesday, August 19th from 7 – 9pm, Halfway to Nowhere will be performing the final concert in the series on the Veterans’ Stage in West Linear Park in downtown Oswego.

“We are pleased to be have worked with the city to sponsor this popular music series,” said Jennifer Hill, Executive Director of the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce.  “The stage at West Linear Park has provided us with a perfect location for the concert series.  This final concert in the series will provide members of our community and visitors with one more opportunity to listen to some wonderful music while enjoying a breathtaking view of the river and the Oswego harbor.”

The concert is free and open to the public.  Please bring your own blankets or lawn chairs for the concert.

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