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Behringer-Crawford Museum Call for Local Music Legends

Keith Bowers
Tuesday February 26 | Free.

 The Northern Kentucky Music Legends Committee and Behringer-Crawford Museum are partnering this summer to create an exhibit about local and national music legends from the area, which is set for June 2. The committee is looking for information, pictures, artifacts and other items about northern Kentuckians who have been involved in the local music scene over the years. Call or email at thoppenjans@bcmuseum.org. Contact at jefgif1@insightbb.com as well.



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