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Faithfully entertains Douglas with Journey's greatest hits


Conor Gilliard, Zean Preston, and Montgomery Preston stand with Faithfully bass player Keith Marron during the intermission of Saturday night's concert at the Martin Centre. A musician on the weekends, Marron works at a Nashville, Tennessee, hospital during the week. Robert Preston, Jr./DouglasNow.com Conor Gilliard, Zean Preston, and Montgomery Preston stand with Faithfully bass player Keith Marron during the intermission of Saturday night's concert at the Martin Centre. A musician on the weekends, Marron works at a Nashville, Tennessee, hospital during the week.

Saturday night, Faithfully, a Journey tribute band, played a show at the Martin Centre courtesy of the Douglas Kiwanis Club. The Nashville, Tennessee, quintet played a set of about 20 songs, a veritable collection of Journey’s greatest hits (plus Steve Perry’s “Oh Sherrie”), to an audience that filled about 75 percent of the theater. It was a fantastic show, a lot of fun, and the small but enthusiastic crowd responded well during the concert. Plus the proceeds from the show will benefit local youth projects. My family and I went and had a blast. I’d like to see them again. And I will if they come back to town. 

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