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The Jimmy Henderson Trio will perform in the Sounds of Summer series on July 27. CONTRIBUTED

Jimmy Henderson Trio set for Sounds of Summer on July 27

MADISON – In the next concert in The Sounds of Summer series, the Jimmy Henderson Trio will perform on July 27.

The trio will perform from 7 to 9 p.m. downtown in Home Place Park, 130 Shorter St.

The Jimmy Henderson Trio is popular for its versions of classic rock favorites and guitar shreds.

“This free concert series at Home Place Park in Madison is hosted by the Madison Arts Alliance or MAA and is a great way to spend a Thursday afternoon with your friends and family,” MAA President Rosalie Holcombe said.

“Bring your lawn chairs and mark your calendars for a great summer lineup of bands and musicians,” Holcombe said. “Food trucks will also be present so bring your appetite.” The food truck scheduled to visit for this concert is Nomad’s Road Dogs.

While admission is free, donations to MAA are gratefully accepted. To donate online, visit madisonartsalliance.org and click the “Donate” button on the home page.

For more information, call 256-772-9300, email info@madisonartsalliance.org or visit madisonartsalliance.org.

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