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Secret Bandwagon to record live album in Gettysburg

Secret Bandwagon will record a live album on the Gettysburg Square Arts Oasis on Monday Aug. 15 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

The duo will be releasing an album soon and is in Gettysburg to commemorate their songwriting origins by recording a live version at their original house band venue: Ploughman’s Taproom.

The group is made up of former Gettysburg locals Jim Thomas and Sjrsten Sigfried, who now make their music and their home in New Orleans.

The recording performance will wrap up a 6-venue Adams County summer “Cider Circuit” tour.

Music lovers are invited to share the experience and become part of the event.

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  • I’ll certainly be there! They were very well received at ABC last evening. They are so engaging and fun! Jim’s guitar and Sjrsten’s superb violin create an new and captivating vibe. Then when Sjrsten sings… Her pure, rich, indescribable tone melts your resistance and you know you’ll be following these fine musicians wherever the wind takes them. And they will go far. Come and be with them while you can.

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