Mangelly Accordion Band to perform Sunday at Augusta Museum of History

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The Mangelly Accordion Band will play at Augusta Museum of History on Sunday in honor of Grandparents Day.

In addition to performances by the Big Kids Accordion Band, band member Gene McGinty will honor his great-grandfather with a special tune. McGinty’s great-grandfather worked as an engineer on locomotive No. 302, which is displayed in the museum.

The free performance will be at 2 p.m. in the museum’s rotunda.

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Riverman1 09/04/13 - 11:42 am
"Myron Floren will now play

"Myron Floren will now play for you. A one and a two. Wunnerful."

ragingbull 09/04/13 - 01:20 pm
Man, I can't wait! I love

Man, I can't wait! I love good old accordion music. I remember back in the good old days when we would walk five miles down a dusty dirt road to our nearest neighbor on Saturday night to listen to the Big Band Orchestras on the old tube type AM radio. When are they going to have a Kazoo band come to town?

georgiaranger 09/05/13 - 09:17 pm

I hope they have a special duty deputy there. Things could get out of hand very quickly. What if some joker yells out "EVERYBODY POLKA!"...

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