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SummerSounds June 30 line-up changed; The Commonheart to headline |

SummerSounds June 30 line-up changed; The Commonheart to headline

Matthew Santoni
| Tuesday, June 27, 2017 10:42 a.m
Shane Dunlap | Tribune-Review
A pedestrian walks in the rain on Main Street in downtown Greensburg on Friday, June 23, 2017.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
Serai Roberts, 16, of Greensburg, dances in her seat to the musical entertainment of The Outer Vibe during SummerSounds, a free concert series held at St. Clair Park on Friday evening, June 3, 2016.
Pittsburgh band The Commonheart will open the 2018 SummerSounds concert series on June 1 in St. Clair Park in Greensburg.

The Greensburg SummerSounds Concert Series on June 30 has been changed from Washington, D.C., band Color Palette to Pittsburgh “rock and soul” band The Commonheart.

The concert will begin at 6:15 p.m. with the duo Free Donuts at the Robertshaw Amphitheater in St. Clair Park, followed by The Commonheart at 7 p.m., led by frontman Clinton Clegg.

The Commonheart’s new album “Grown” shows off its heavy blues, soul, and gospel influences across trumpet, saxophone, keys, guitar, and singers. The Commonheart’s sound is a true testament to the past while completely holding its own as one of today’s most promising acts.

Admission to the concert is free. Parking also is free is nearby lots and metered areas after 5 p.m.

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