Burnett Family Bluegrass performs Oct. 18

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The Globe-Miami Community Concert Association will be hosting the Burnett Family Bluegrass at Miami High on Thurs., Oct. 18 at 7 p.m.

 

Burnett Family Bluegrass, a national award winning, all-family bluegrass band, began in 1993. The band consists of Brian, Connie, daughters Rachel and Jessie, and son, Ryan. The Burnett’s are based out of Flagstaff and the musically talented family is known as an “Arizona favorite.”

The group weaves their multi-instrumental, ultra-talents with the genetically tuned vocal chords that produce those sweet, familial, DNA blended harmonies.

The band won the coveted first prize in the Telluride national band competition, in 2004, when Ryan was 14. This summer marks 19 years of musical entertainment for Burnett Family Bluegrass.

The Globe-Miami Community Concert Association would like to invite everyone out to a night of great entertainment. Season tickets are still available at$35/adult and $10/student for the six concerts scheduled this season.

Season passes, family and single parent packages are also available and can be purchased on Thurs., Oct. 18, 7 p.m. at the MHS Auditorium, prior to the concert. For more information, call 425-6466 or 425-9236.

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