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Stackmusic Trio, special guests play outdoor rock/pop concert on Westford Common


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WESTFORD — The Parish Center for the Arts is excited to host Stackmusic Trio and special guests in an outdoor concert on Saturday, Aug. 6 from 3 p.m. – 5 p.m. on the Westford Town Common at 10 Lincoln Street, Westford, MA 01886. Rain Date is Sunday, Aug 7.
TICKETS are available in advance at pcawestford.org or at the PCA Ticket Tent on the day of the show with a SUGGESTED DONATION of $15/person, $40/family, $10/seniors & under 12. Bring your own chair/blanket and snacks/drinks. Free Street Parking available along Lincoln St., at the former fire station parking lot on the right, and across the street in JV Fletcher library parking lot (in rear of library).
The Stackmusic trio began as the duo of “Stack & Paul” with David “Stack” Stackhouse on vocals and acoustic guitar, and Paul Pampinella on guitars and vocals – two buddies who’ve been jamming together since they met at Berklee College of Music in the late 80s. They recently added Dave Sacco on percussion for a third dimension of rhythm and texture to form the trio now called “Stackmusic”. Think Tom Petty, Bad Company, The Smashing Pumpkins, Foo Fighters, Sheryl Crow, etc. Their eclectic mix of rock and pop hits, with a few originals sprinkled in, are bound to make your next playlist!
By the way, the two Daves are from Westford – maybe you’ve seen their mugs at the local Market Basket! As an added treat for the proud dads and the audience, daughters Ava Stackhouse and Marissa Sacco add their voices to a few songs to make it an “awww… isn’t that special” occasion for all!
RAIN DATE: In case of rain, the concert will be moved to the following day, Sunday, 8/7 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.  An announcement will be made by noon on Saturday.
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