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Fans turn out to take part in a little music from The Embers

The Embers brought their beach music sound to Salisbury on Thursday night as part of Brick Street Live concert series.
The 100 block of East Fisher Street was closed for the performance, with the band in the parking lot beside Cooper’s in a new setup for the summer series.
According to the band’s website, The Embers carry the moniker of North Carolina’s Official Ambassadors of Music. Though members have changed over the years, Bobby Tomlinson remains as band leader, drummer and still performs at every show. He is the last remaining original member.
The band has released more than 25 albums and is currently working on a new one.
The Embers also played last Thursday in Faith as part of the Fourth of July festivities.

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