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Sound Stage Revue performs at the Grants Pass Balloon Festival in June

A reputation for 50s and military tribute style music will meet “back to the 80s” as Sound Stage Revue takes the Millsite Park pavilion to close out Myrtle Creek’s Music in the Park 2018 season on Thursday.

The Grants Pass based band formed eight years ago and hosts 8 to 11 members per show. Each musician brings a broad range of talent and versatile performances. No matter the genre, the multi-talented performers create cohesive, though uncommon, musical entertainment. According to the band’s biography “Sound Stage Revue makes superior ensemble performance look effortless.”

This will be their fifth performance in Myrtle Creek.

Rogue Singers, a small self-directed singing group, will join Sound Stage Revue for the performance. The two have recently performed together at Concerts in the Park in Grants Pass and the Josephine County Fair.

The multi-genre performances will begin at 6 p.m. The concert, including parking, is free to all. Pets are welcome at the park, so long as they are kept under control and cleaned up after.

Food will be available to purchase from various on-site vendors. Several local businesses may remain open late to accommodate concertgoers.

Erica Welch is a community reporter for The News-Review. She can be reached at ewelch@nrtoday.com or 541-957-4218.

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Erica Welch is a community reporter for The News-Review. She can be reached at ewelch@nrtoday.com or 541-957-4218.

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