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  • Prince tribute concert by Lexington musicians

    A free concert held by Lexington bands and musicians, organized by Wes Kawaja, paid tribute to Prince by performing 15 of his songs. The concert included performances by All the Little Pieces and Driftwood Gypsy, as well as a solo from David McLean, who performed the song Cream.

A free concert held by Lexington bands and musicians, organized by Wes Kawaja, paid tribute to Prince by performing 15 of his songs. The concert included performances by All the Little Pieces and Driftwood Gypsy, as well as a solo from David McLean, who performed the song Cream. Marcus Dorsey mdorsey@herald-leader.com
A free concert held by Lexington bands and musicians, organized by Wes Kawaja, paid tribute to Prince by performing 15 of his songs. The concert included performances by All the Little Pieces and Driftwood Gypsy, as well as a solo from David McLean, who performed the song Cream. Marcus Dorsey mdorsey@herald-leader.com

Lexington musicians celebrate Prince in tribute concert

May 18, 2016 10:54 PM