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Country singer Todd Richard told stories about how he evolved as a musician, while playing songs from his youth along with his top hits, as part of the Agassiz Twilight Concert Series last Thursday. He was accompanied by his guitarist Chris Rolin, as they played under a scorching sun at Centennial Park. The next concert is   Her Brothers, on Aug. 14.  - Jessica Peters/ Observer
Country singer Todd Richard told stories about how he evolved as a musician, while playing songs from his youth along with his top hits, as part of the Agassiz Twilight Concert Series last Thursday. He was accompanied by his guitarist Chris Rolin, as they played under a scorching sun at Centennial Park. The next concert is Her Brothers, on Aug. 14.
— image credit: Jessica Peters/ Observer

Country singer Todd Richard told stories about how he evolved as a musician, while playing songs from his youth along with his top hits, as part of the Agassiz Twilight Concert Series last Thursday. He was accompanied by his guitarist Chris Rolin, as they played under a scorching sun at Centennial Park. The next concert is Her Brothers, on Aug. 14.

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