Junction 87 plays Globe’s Train Depot

Junction 87 will be the fourth of seven free summer concerts brought to you by the Miami Community Concert Association (GMCCA), the City of Globe and the Globe Downtown Association. The band will play at the Train Depot, 230 S Broad Street, in downtown Globe from 7-9 p.m. on Friday, July 20.

If you like Country & Western music, you won’t want to miss Junction 87. They are three talented musicians who can play a number of genres but specialize in C&W. Billy Ichida is lead guitar as well as on fiddle and saxophone. Bob Lewis is lead vocal and rhythm guitar. Jim Norman is on bass guitar and vocals.

The Miami Community Concert Association (GMCCA) received a generous grant from the United Fund of Globe Miami and is partnering with the City of Globe and the Globe Downtown Association to present seven free concerts for the community.

There is something for everyone. The concerts are scheduled on opposite weekends of the Miami Concerts in the Park to ensure a free, music-filled summer.

There will be plenty of room for dancing. People attending should bring their own chairs. Concessions for food and beverages will also be available.

Plan on joining in the festivities. Mark these dates on your calendar. You won’t want to miss the opportunity to get out into the cool of the evening on long summer nights. Bring your family, friends, & relations. The price is right.

Friday, July 20: Junction 87 at train depot 7-9 p.m.

Saturday, Aug. 4: Cover Ups at train depot 7-9 p.m.

Saturday, Aug. 18: Mimelight at city park, 150 N. Pine St. 6-9 p.m.

Wednesday, Sept. 12: Steve Holmquist Old Dominion Days at Gila County Historical Museum 6 p.m.


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