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Music is a language we all understand

(L-R) Blair Maycher and Erin McLennan from Daisy Chain.  Music In The Park (Mariah Phillips for The Sun)

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(L-R) Blair Maycher and Erin McLennan from Daisy Chain. Music In The Park (Mariah Phillips for The Sun)

A Brandon summer is not complete without a little Music in the Park.

Aidyn, Crystal and Ella Campbell.

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Aidyn, Crystal and Ella Campbell. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Jewl, Mark and Madison Paul.

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Jewl, Mark and Madison Paul. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

(L-R) Carla Zamrykut and Paiten Harapiak.  Music In The Park.  (Mariah Phillips for The Sun).

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(L-R) Carla Zamrykut and Paiten Harapiak. Music In The Park. (Mariah Phillips for The Sun). (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

This year, an incredible variety of Brandon talent is scheduled to perform every Tuesday and Thursday, with the last band scheduled for Aug. 21.

On Thursday, July 24, I popped down to the park and caught the acoustic version (Blair Maycher on Guitar and Erin McLennan on vocals) of the four-piece Brandon band Daisy Chain. I had a quick chat with Erin McLennan, the lead singer of the group, who said that her band has been playing together for about a year. Daisy Chain is not just all roses and butterflies either. This chick has some pipes and she knows how to use them. Playing some blues, rock, classic rock and originals you need to makes sure to check this band out.

To see the full lineup of bands scheduled for the rest of the summer, check out: brandon.ca/music.

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition August 2, 2014

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