Noted music historian Kent Courtney will present a series of concerts at the Historic Daniel Lady Farm beginning at 7 p.m. this Friday, June 15.

The music and stories of Courtney will guide a family-friendly walk you through American history.

One of America's most popular Civil War-era music performers, Courtney has been showcased at some of the nation's most popular historic venues and attractions.

If he looks familiar, it's because you may have caught Courtneyin performing in many television documentaries and films and has become a familiar face to many American music and history enthusiasts.

Courtney's selections span 300 years, from the moment the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock through World War II. His spectrum of music ensures each concert is something different.

The series will continue on July 27, Aug. 17 and Oct.12. The starting time for each concert is 7 p.m. Tickets are $5. Children under 15 are free. The GBPA has a website at www.gbpa.org where you can learn more about the concert series and the Historic Daniel Lady Farm.

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