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Lineup, dates announced for summer concert series at McCandless Crossing

Tony LaRussa
The band American Honey is one of the acts performing this summer at the McCandless Crossing shopping center in McCandless.
The duo Scott & Pete will be performing three shows this summer at the McCandless Crossing shopping center in McCandless.
The band 28 North will perform their unique brand of new classic American rock this summer at the McCandless Crossing shopping center in McCandless.

The McCandless Crossing shopping center has announced the lineup and dates for its free summer concert series.

The concerts run from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Town Green, where visitors can bring blankets and lawn chairs.

Following is the lineup and dates for the upcoming shows:

28 North: June 24, July 8 and Aug. 25 — Founded in 2007, the hard-driving Pittsburgh band 28 North performs new classic American rock with a blend of “ethereal rockternative crunch.”

Scott & Pete: July 1 and Aug. 19 — Musicians Scott Anderson and Pete Hewlett join forces to perform a wide range of popular music. Hewlett has toured and recorded with artists including Billy Joel, Elton John, Carly Simon and Julian Lennon. Anderson is an Emmy Award-winning composer, music director, producer and one of the Pittsburgh region’s most sought-after keyboardists. He is known widely for his work on WQED’s “Live From Studio A” series.

American Honey: July 29 and Aug. 12 — American Honey is a four-piece vocally driven acoustic act that performs pop, rock, country and Mowtown tunes from the 1970s to now.

Tony LaRussa is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tony at 724-772-6368, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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