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Community band to perform

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Band GraphicFrom Enterprise Staff

The Lake Livingston Area Community Band will be in concert at 7 p.m. Monday at the First Baptist Church of Livingston located at 106 Colt Rd. in Livingston.

This will be Conductor Gerald Fagan’s retirement with the community band. “I will be turning the baton over to three great musicians who have proven to be great conductors. They are Johnnie Hower, Emily Schoff, the Livingston High School band director, and Ishmael Mendoza, the Shepherd Junior High School band director,” Fagan said.

“We will be featuring three fine student musicians with solos,” Fagan said. “They are Jesus Adame, Lindsey Singleton and Luke Butler.”

The band will play the following songs: “Running With the Wind,” a march composed by Fagan, “The Best of the West,” “Down a Country Lane,” “Beguine for Band,” “Cinema Paradiso,” “Defiance,” “Gabriel’s Oboe,” “Italian Holiday,” “On a Hymn Song,” “Night Beat” and “Overture de Argentina.”

“Please come and bring someone with you. Help us fill the church,” Fagan said

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