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Music on the Mountain draws crowd of attendees

Mountain melody

Josh Bergeron / Salisbury Post - The Praise Grass Band plays Saturday during the Music on the Mountain event at Dunn's Mountain Park.

Josh Bergeron / Salisbury Post – The Praise Grass Band plays Saturday during the Music on the Mountain event at Dunn’s Mountain Park.

Under the cover of clouds, dozens of people gathered Saturday at Dunn’s Mountain Park for the annual Music on the Mountain event.

It featured performances from Grass Strings, the Praise Grass Band and Samantha Gabrielle. A crowd of lawn chairs crowded around the Dunn’s Mountain Stage as performers played into the afternoon sky. The crowd nearly covered the southern portion of the park’s peak.

 

Music on the Mountain included bluegrass and gospel music. Performances included renditions of popular songs.

Contact reporter Josh Bergeron at 704-797-4246.

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