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Ed Gerhard to Play McLane Center March 28

Grammy-winning guitarist Ed Gerhard is coming to McLane Center on March 28, and we are very excited!
From sold out tours of Japan, to festivals in Italy and venues across the US, Ed Gerhard’s music has touched audiences all over the world. Now Gerhard brings his remarkable talent to a stage close to his NH home, at NH Audubon’s Birds and Beans Coffeehouse in Concord.
Performing on 6-string, slide guitar or Acoustic Hawaiian Lap Slide, Gerhard’s virtuosity, generosity and humor shine through. His distinctive touch is unmistakable. Whether performing a lush, sensual ballad or a haunting, bitter lap steel melody Gerhard will mesmerize. His connection with his audience is palpable. Listeners leave his concerts not only entertained but also in awe and inspired.
Reserve your seat(s): $15/NHA member; $20/non-member. Seating is limited; tickets may be purchased online or by calling 603-224-9909. 
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Thank you to Bangor Savings Bank for their generous sponsorship of this event!

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