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Award-winning band from London to perform Friday

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The Frontier Band will will perform at this week’s edition of the Edward Jones Summer Band Concert Series at Bardstown Community Park Friday at 7 p.m.

Frontier is a band from London, Ky., that delights audiences with upbeat melodies and swelling three-part harmonies. The band includes Ethan Worley (rhythm and lead guitar, vocals and songwriter) his brother, Andrew Worley (rhythm and lead guitar, vocals and songwriter) and their cousin, Caleb Caudill (bass guitar and vocals).

Their passion for songwriting and performing music was born from such diverse musical influences as the Zac Brown Band, Exile, John Mayer, James Taylor and the Beatles.

Whether they are performing cover songs or original songs, these young men put their hearts and souls into their music. Audiences should come expecting to hear an amazing show by these very talented young men.

And the band has been the winner of numerous awards this past year: The band was the winner of the 10th annual Lake Cumberland Battle of the Bands; Andrew Worley was named the Guitarist of the year; Ethan Worley was the recipient of the Accompanist of the Year Award; and Caleb Caudill was named Vocalist of the Year.

In the event of rain, the concert will be held at the Farmers Market on East Flaget Avenue.

Next week’s program will feature Hog Operation, playing the latest Newgrass music and Bluegrass standards from the 1990s to the present.

This year’s Summer Band Concert Series is being underwritten by the Bardstown offices of Edward Jones Investments. Corporate partners are: In Memory of William H. Franklyn, Jerry and Linda Bruckheimer, and Town & Country Bank.

Patrons of the Arts this year are Dick and Alice Heaton, Farm Bureau Insurance agent Jay Allen, FiveStar Food Marts, Hibbs & Associates, Lincoln National Bank, Bardstown Music Tones, Keith and Cheryl Board, Bill and Cathy Conway, Phil and Lynne Bowling and Bardstown Copy & Print.

Many other local businesses and individuals also made contributions, making this year’s concert series possible.

It is recommended attendants bring lawn chairs or blankets. The playground will be open for children and parking is available.