Omer City Limits rocks the smallest city

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Omer City Limits performs "Simple Man" during the Summer Concert Series.
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Steve Trombley strums an acoustic guitar and sings lead vocals as Omer City Limits plays at the Omer park.
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Five-year-old Colton Gilbert of Omer joins the band underneath the tent, standing between guitar player Rob Lammy and bass player Dan Raushi.
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Dan Rood steps out from underneath the tent for a guitar solo.
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Janice Finn of Sterling and Bill Graul of Midland dance to the music.
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Rob Lammy sings backup vocals and plays guitar during a song.
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A group of people dance on the lawn while Omer City Limits plays.
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A large crowd gathers at the Omer City Park to enjoy the show.
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Dan Rood and Rob Lammy take center stage during an instrumental section of "As My Guitar Gently Weeps."
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Bassist Dan Raushi provides backing vocals during a song.
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Drummer Ralph Dempsey provides the band's rhythm.
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The crowd watches Omer City Limits perform.
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Lead guitar player Dan Rood shreds a solo.
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Omer City Limits performs Aug. 13 in Omer.

It only seemed natural that when the Summer Concert Series moved to Omer Aug. 13, that Omer City Limits would be the band booked for the show. The band named after Michigan's smallest city performed in front of a crowd of roughly 100 people at the Omer City Park, performing a variety of classic rock tunes for the audience.


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