LCSS Tour Band in concert before leaving on their spring break tour to New York and Boston.

VIDEO: LCSS Tour Band visiting New York City and Boston

The Lake City Secondary School Tour Band presented a concert at the Williams Lake Campus Wednesday afternoon, March 15.

The Lake City Secondary School Tour Band presented a concert at the Williams Lake Campus Wednesday afternoon, March 15.

The concert included music that the band will be playing during their spring break concert tour to New York City and Boston.

The set list featured: Bom Dia Concert March, by Andrew Balent; Shenandoah arranged by Frank Ticheli; Simple Dreams by Rob Romeyn; Selections from Grease arranged by Ted Ricketts; selections from the Blues Brothers arranged by Jay Bocook; Resplendent Light by Tyler S. Grant; Memento by Robert Buckley; Haven’t Met you Yet by Jerry Brubecker; and Blueridge Saga by Jim Swearingen.

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