Point Blank brings classic rock to the depot

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Angie Pieniozek of Bentley stays out of the rain during the Point Blank concert by sticking to the depot porch.
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Point Blank rouses the crowd with a song at the depot Aug. 9.
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Skidway Lake boys Steven Duff, 13, and Alexzander Duff, 11, enjoy their first-ever concert, as Point Blank plays the depot.
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Robert Clark and Ruth Tuttle of Sterling keep dry at the Point Blank concert at the depot.
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Point Blank greets the crowd at the beginning of their concert at the Standish depot Aug. 9.

By Kevin Bunch
Staff Writer | news@arenacindependent.com
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STANDISH — The rock ’n roll band Point Blank played Thursday, Aug. 9 at the Standish Historical Depot. While rain kept the crowd largely to the shelter of their cars or the depot itself, the band nevertheless brought classic tunes to their audience.

The next concert features Omer City Limits, which will play at the Omer Library Park Aug. 16. It is the first concert in the summer series outside of the depot.



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