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Join us or free lunch* and a concert featuring The Rambling Boys, a bluegrass band hailing from the rolling hills of North Georgia. Comprised of four friends who share a love for traditional bluegrass music, the band has been making waves in the local music scene with their tight harmonies and foot-stomping rhythms. On guitar, banjo and lead vocals is Jeremy Keen, a third-generation bluegrass musician who grew up playing music with his family. On second guitar is Zack "Cumberland" Buersmeyer, a classically trained musician who fell in love with bluegrass music in college. On mandolin is Tim "Rabbit Run" Lee, a virtuoso player who can pick with the best of them. And on bass is Thomas "Tom" Johnson, a rock-solid player who keeps the band grounded. Together, The Rambling Boys have been playing festivals and honky-tonks all over the region, winning over audiences with their high-energy performances and authentic sound. With their debut album set to release later this year, The Rambling Boys are a band to watch in the world of bluegrass music.
This performance will be live in the Rialto Center lobby and is free and open to the public.
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*Free lunch will be provided while supplies last.
Feed Your Senses is supported in part by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners, Georgia Council for the Arts through appropriations from the Georgia General Assembly (GCA is a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts) and the Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs.