Collins & Cox to Kick Off Rock Fence Park Concert Series

Longtime musical duo Collins and Cox will perform oldies, bluegrass and more as they perform in the opening concert of the Rock Fence Park series.
Hosted by Nicholasville-Jessamine County Parks and Recreation and Shindig! Productions, all concerts will begin at 7 p.m.
Collins and Cox will perform April 30.
The rest of the schedule includes:
• May 14: Kelly Caldwell and Kashmere
• May 28: Heritage Messengers, a Southern gospel quartet
• June 11: Hepcats Swing Dance Club Jitterbug Jamboree
• June 25: Five Below Band, which plays Southern rock and classic rock
• July 9: DSB&R Reunion Show
• July 23: Fresh F Barbershop Quartet, an East Jessamine High School choir
• Aug. 6: Blacktop Rodeo, a country music band

News correspondent Nicole Bowman-Layton wrote this story for the Jessamine Journal. 

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