Gunsmoke Express goes unplugged at Standish depot

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Gunsmoke Express plays an acoustic tune at the depot.
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Members of the Regional Interagency Consumer Committee of Arenac County take in the concert at the depot that it helped fund. Top row, from left, Lori Arquette of Standish and Linda Simons of Sterling. Bottom row, from left, Carl Stodolak of Standish, Michelle Simons of Sterling, and Ken Lowe of Standish.
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The Gunsmoke Express band played at the bandstand at the Standish Historical Depot Aug. 2.
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Stacey Thomas of Standish and Mike Bowers of Sterling get front row seats for the concert at the depot.
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From left, Stacy Zamorski of Standish lounges on a blanket with Patty and Jeremy Couture of Sterling at the Gunsmoke Express concert.
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From left, Marlene Pestrue of Standish and Nancy Wells of Sterling chat for a bit before the Gunsmoke Express concert at the Standish depot.

By Kevin Bunch
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STANDISH — While a technical snafu forced Gunsmoke Express to go acoustic during its show at the Standish Historical Depot Aug. 2, as part of the Arenac County Heritage Route’s summer concert series, it did not stop the audience from enjoying the country-western covers.



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