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Marine Corps Rock Group To Ferform Free Concert At SUNY Fredonia

Cpl. Dana Reminski, from Boonton, N.J., front; LCpl. Andre Phanor, from Brooklyn, and the other members of the Parris Island Marine Band’s “Iron Mic” rock band will perform a free concert at Rockefeller Arts Center at the State University of New York at Fredonia on Feb. 15. The concert is sponsored by the OBSERVER and The Post-Journal.

The Parris Island Marine Band’s rock ensemble “Iron Mic” will perform a very special evening of musical entertainment at the State University of New York at Fredonia on Tuesday, Feb. 15 at 7:30 p.m. in King Concert Hall.

This is a free concert event presented by Rockefeller Arts Center and sponsored by The Observer and The Post-Journal. A full-page ad in the Jan. 29-30 edition of both publications includes a coupon to request free tickets to the concert.

Iron Mic’s patriotic program will feature original compositions by the group as well as rock, country, and contemporary favorites suitable for the entire family.

The Parris Island Marine Band performs hundreds of commitments each year in every musical idiom imaginable. The rock band Iron Mic is just one of its ensembles.

The Parris Island Marine Band’s primary mission is to provide musical support for the Recruit Training Regiment as well as events in the Beaufort, SC area. In addition to playing at more than 40 recruit graduations each year, the band also performs numerous concerts and parades all across the United States, to include performances in Minnesota, Kentucky, Florida, New York, Georgia, Massachusetts, and South Carolina.

The culmination of military pride and efficiency, along with precise musical expertise, has set the United States Marine Field Bands apart from any other military unit. The Parris Island Marine Band is dedicated to upholding and displaying the high standards and traditions established by the United States Marine Corps.

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