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Journey tribute band plays Brick Street Live June 23

SALISBURY, NC – Frontiers will bring the best of Journey’s classic rock to Brick Street Live, Salisbury’s biggest street party, on Thursday, June 23. The concert will be on Fisher Street, and gates open at 6 p.m. Admission is $5.
Frontiers is the ultimate Journey tribute band, featuring vocalist Jeremey Hunsicker, whose voice is so true to the original sound that Journey even offered him the job of lead singer. However, because of family obligations, a flattered Hunsicker decided to stay with Frontiers.
In addition to Hunsicker, the band includes guitarist Stephen Chesney, bass player Greg Eanes and drummer Chris Castelda, with touring keyboard players Chad Campbell and Billy Jones alternating shows. The band performs over 150 shows a year across the United States. For more information, visit www.journeytributeband.com.
In an effort to give back to the community and raise awareness of local nonprofit organizations, Brick Street Live will donate proceeds from a 50/50 drawing during the evening to Rowan Helping Ministries.
Guests may bring lawn chairs, and food and drinks are available for purchase from vendors and restaurants on Fisher Street. No coolers are permitted.
The Brick Street Live summer concert series is produced by Miller Davis, Inc. and 3Dudes Productions. For more information, visit www.brickstreetlive.com. Become a fan of Brick Street Live on Facebook at www.facebook.com/brickstreetlive, where you can enter to win prize packages for future events. Each package includes concert tickets, dinner, accommodations and a gas card.

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