Tom Martin, editor of Business Lexington, is the keyboard player for The City. Next to him at a May 3 rehearsal at the Red Barn in Keeneland is percussionist Steve Parrish (center) and drummer Arthur Rouse (left). The City is a band made up of adults with professional careers in other endeavors. The group aims to play a few gigs a month, mostly benefiting area arts and arts education groups. Photo by Rich Copley | rcopley@herald-leader.com.
Tom Martin, editor of Business Lexington, is the keyboard player for The City. Next to him at a May 3 rehearsal at the Red Barn in Keeneland is percussionist Steve Parrish (center) and drummer Arthur Rouse (left). The City is a band made up of adults with professional careers in other endeavors. The group aims to play a few gigs a month, mostly benefiting area arts and arts education groups. Photo by Rich Copley | rcopley@herald-leader.com.
Tom Martin, editor of Business Lexington, is the keyboard player for The City. Next to him at a May 3 rehearsal at the Red Barn in Keeneland is percussionist Steve Parrish (center) and drummer Arthur Rouse (left). The City is a band made up of adults with professional careers in other endeavors. The group aims to play a few gigs a month, mostly benefiting area arts and arts education groups. Photo by Rich Copley | rcopley@herald-leader.com.

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