Twilight music ends with some Celtic rock
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PUTNEY- Twilight Music concludes its 11th annual Twilight On the Tavern Lawn series of folk, world beat, rock, jazz, zydeco, Celtic, swing, blues, and bluegrass summer concerts on Sunday, August 25, with Celtic rock quintet Prydein. The final concert of the 2013 series begins at 5:30 pm on the Putney Tavern lawn or at Next Stage at 15 Kimball Hill in case of rain. The concerts are free to the public (donations are accepted) and food will be available.

By mixing traditional Celtic repertoire with a rock-music sensibility, Prydein has created a unique sound that has propelled the band to the national stage. Call it Celtic-rock, kilt-rock, bagpipe rock, Scottish-rock or maybe sham-rock, Prydein delivers a high-energy performance loved by young and old. Call it what you will, Aron Garceau (guitar, vocals), Iain Macharg (highland bagpipes, flutes, tin whistles), Dan Houghton (highland bagpipes, flutes, tin whistles, bouzouki, mandolin, vocals), Andy Smith (bass, vocals), and Caleb Bronz (drums) call it fun.

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