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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Billy Price to start the party in Little Washington

The singer known as the "East Coast blue-eyed soul man" will be performing a free concert Friday night in Washington, Pa., as part of the small city's bicentennial celebration.

This sounds much-more exciting than my witnessing today a lazy slob pedestrian punching the driver's side window of a slow-moving car driven by an old man who got in the way of that nutcase while he was jaywalking on Main Street. (That really happened)

Seriously, though, Billy Price has been rocking Pittsburgh for 35 years with a cool style and great horn section. He's a great reason to come downtown, where they say East Wheeling Street will be shut down and loaded with food and beer vendors.

The stage has been set up in a nearby city parking lot in the 100 block of Main Street. It sounds like a serious party in the making.

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