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April 30, 2006

Albany -- The first concert of the Rhythms by the River series sounded off without a hitch Saturday night after the Wildcats game. It happened at Veterans Memorial Ampitheater near the Flint River.

Concert goers got to hear the tunes of "Ancient Harmony" and "One Too Many Mornings."

Several people came to hear music after the Wildcats game and got a discounted entry fee with the game ticket. Organizers say they were pleased with the turnout.

"It's a very respectable crowd, about 400 people came out tonight and we hope they come to the next three that we throw here, it's a great venue," said concert organizer Lane Rosen.

Organizers say whether they make money on the concerts or not, they enjoy seeing everyone coming out to have fun.

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