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Music by the Lake celebrates 50 years

The free Thursday evening concerts continue through Aug. 2

“There’s a little something for everyone,” says Furman University Professor of Music Leslie W. Hicken about the Music by the Lake Summer Concert Series. He spoke to Chris Worthy who contributed an article about the beloved Greenville tradition for The Greenville News. Free and open to the public, the 7:30 p.m. Thursday concerts continue through Aug. 2.

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