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McCleary Musican earns international cred

McCleary’s own Brittany Kingery just picked up a number of Trop Rock Music Award nominations in the categories of Best Vocalist, Best Album and Best Song for “Tequila Talking”. Here, she’s recording at Exit 104 Media Studio in Olympia. Expect a new album from this local artist in the summer of 2016. Trop Rock is a genre of music combining Rock ‘n’ Roll, Country and Caribbean that extols a laid-back way of life. The 8th Annual Trop Rock Music Award winners will be announced at the Nov. 5 ceremony in Key West, Fla. Catch Kingery’s last Washington show this year (before she snowbirds to Mexico) at Just Left Pub and Grill in Lynnwood on Sunday, Aug. 23.
 

Grays Harbor Civic Choir performs Sunday

A vocal salute to Flag Day is planned by the Grays Harbor Civic Choir on Sunday at their concert which begins at 3 p.m. at the Bishop Center on the Grays Harbor College campus. Directed by Pat Wilhelms, the community choir has prepared a program that includes “Battle Hymn of the Republic,” “Shenandoah,” selections by George Cohan and Irving Berlin, and “Old American Songs” arranged by Aaron Copland.

Grays Harbor Symphony performs on Sunday

Spend “A Night at the Oscars” with the Grays Harbor Symphony Orchestra on Sunday evening. This concert, featuring themes from movie classics, starts at 7 p.m. at the Bishop Center on the Grays Harbor College campus. Tickets are on sale now at www.ghc.edu/bishop; any remaining tickets will be available at the door.