October 21, 2014

Sins in Stereo play at a rainy Standish depot

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Sin in Stereo kick off their concert at the Standish Historical Depot with some rock music.
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The rain did not keep everyone away from the show, and most attendees kept dry with umbrellas.
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Sins in Stereo gears up for another song at the depot June 27.
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Fans of the band took a front row spot to watch them play. Pictured are Grayson Ouillette and Nikki Perez of Standish, Katie Flowers of Pinconning, and Avalyn and Tiffany Shepard of Linwood.
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A group of people set up a small tent so they could keep dry while listening to Sins in Stereo.
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One of the guitarists trades his axe for a sax, adding its sound to songs such as Bob Segar’s “Turn the Page.”
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Rich, Charlotte, 2, and Courtney Rolfe of Standish turn out for the concert in spite of the rain.
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Sins in Stereo, a band playing a mix of classic rock, blues and country, performed at the Standish Historical Depot June 27 despite a steady rain. Attendees took cover under umbrellas, tents and the depot’s own awning as the band played a mix of classic rock and original works. The band performed as part of the depot’s summer concert series, with the next show scheduled for July 11 when Muzyka arrives at the bandstand.

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