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(Kim Raff | The Salt Lake Tribune) David Halliday plays the sax as The Number Ones perform during the Crossroads Urban Center's recent Beer, Blues and Brats fundraiser. The band is one of the acts performing this summer in The Gateway's "Music on the Plaza" concert series.
From big-band to rock in The Gateway’s concert series

Pop, big-band, country and jazz will all be represented in The Gateway’s annual summer concert series, Music on the Plaza.

Shows run on Thursday nights starting this week, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., at the north end of the downtown Salt Lake City shopping center.

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Here’s the line-up:

• June 6 • Jagertown (country)

• June 13 • DJ Jimmy Chunga (end-of-school summer party, with the 101.9 The End’s morning personality, runs until 9 p.m.)

• June 20 • The Sensations (Motown)

• June 27 • The Number Ones (jazz/blues renditions of Hot 100 Singles of all time)

• July 3 (Wednesday, due to the holiday) • The Joe Muscolino Band (big band)

• July 11 • The Blue Aces (indie-rock girl band)

• July 18 • The Great Basin Street Band (jazz)

All shows are free to the public.



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