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Free music and games for the children, along with emergency vehicle displays and birthday cake were all part of the Coast Guard Festival Community Picnic, held Sunday at Coast Guard Park in Ferrysburg. The games and food (for purchase) were put on by Boy Scout Troop 37 of Spring Lake.

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Grand Haven Gospel Chapel, 1805 Waverly Ave. in Grand Haven, is hosting a free outdoor concert at 11 a.m. Sunday, July 18, featuring vocalist/musician George Nicholson.

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The sound of the bass, mandolin, guitar, fiddle and banjo fill the room as the Full Cord Bluegrass band members play their instruments.

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The Community Artist Series Committee of First Presbyterian Church of Grand Haven will feature The Moxie Strings in an outdoor concert in the church parking lot at 4 p.m. Sunday, May 9.

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MUSKEGON — The Muskegon Community College Winter Concert, featuring virtual performances by MCC students, faculty and staff, has been divided into two separate videos, each premiering on a different day in May.

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Local radio personality Jesse Bruce was awarded a pair of “Best of Category” awards at the Michigan Association of Broadcasters’ annual Broadcast Excellence Awards.

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MUSKEGON — Known as America’s foremost Latin Jazz ensemble, the Mambo Kings will take center stage at the Frauenthal in collaboration with Scott Speck and the West Michigan Symphony. The virtual concert premiere will take place at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 19.

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Off the Record, nestled at 1114 Washington Ave. in Grand Haven’s east-side Washington Square business district, is a vinyl maelstrom.

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MUSKEGON — Local musicians and vocalists are encouraged to participate in Muskegon Community College’s Virtual Music Gift, an online celebration that will replace the college’s traditional holiday concert at the Frauenthal Center.

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Dancing on the Grand celebrated a masked birthday this summer, but that didn’t stop the event from being a successfully social-distant slew of dancing and live music.

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In the words of his newest release, after “walking a long road,” it seems like Grand Haven “kept on calling” to musician Jeff Lionheart.

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GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Grand Haven High School marching band members typically spend a week in early August up in Interlochen for their annual band camp.

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David Ladd and a few dozen of his closest friends are some of the most popular folks in Michigan.

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A Spring Lake family is hoping to liven up some of the monotony of life due to pandemic restrictions by presenting on-the-water concerts for some social-distancing entertainment.

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FRUITPORT — A month after it was originally scheduled to begin, Dancing into the Sunset was given the go-ahead by the Village of Fruitport to start the outdoor activity on Thursday, July 2.

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Due to the current COVID-19 concerns, the board members of the Wednesday night dances held at the Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium have decided to cancel the June concerts.

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At 5 p.m. on May 8, Diplo and Dillon Francis — A-list DJs and dance music producers – hopped behind their decks to spin a quarantine livestream.

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The community is being asked to save Seven Steps Up, a local concert venue that is in danger of closing due to revenue loss during COVID-19 pandemic.

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While organizers of some local concert series hold out hope of a summer with some semblance of normalcy, others have made the call to cancel their events.

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MUSKEGON — West Michigan Symphony has postponed all concerts previously scheduled for May and will extend its performance season – which originally concluded in June – into mid-August.

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ROTHBURY – Electric Forest announced Tuesday, April 21, that based on input from state and local authorities regarding public gatherings amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it has cancelled its 2020 event.

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FERRYSBURG — Lisa and Dr. John Mulder have composed a song that is bringing many teachers to tears – good tears.

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Country music legend Kenny Rogers, the congenial, silver-bearded crooner of "The Gambler," "Islands in the Stream" and "Lady," has died of natural causes at age 81. Rogers' verified Twitter account announced the news in a statement late Friday.

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GRAND RAPIDS — Exciting evenings of epic music, sensational cinema, show tunes, sci-fi, and more are coming to the Grand Rapids Pops stage in its 2020-21 season.

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GRAND RAPIDS — When another season of “American Idol” kicks off this Sunday, the first group of episodes will, of course, be about all the contestants auditioning for their chance to be the next “Idol.”