Acoustic Pop and Rock at the Gateway

Completing the first month at the Gateway in Downtown Waynesboro are Brent Hull and Joe Tyree.  The duo will present a range of pop and rock tunes on Saturday, Aug. 27 at 8 pm.

Hull and Tyree are long time members of the popular Maybe Tomorrow band which was formed in 1995.  The group has become a favorite band in the Shenandoah Valley.  The Hull/Tyree Duo brings the same magic to its acoustic performance.  Brent Hull plays acoustic guitar and Joe Tyree Bass Guitar.  They blend their voices to create an evening of alternative, pop and rock music that is ideal for the intimate Gateway setting.

Tickets for the Saturday night concert are $8.  They can be purchased online at www.waynetheatre.org or at the door on the night of performance.  Beverages and snacks are available.

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