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Bryan Hayes Brings Summer Sunset Series to a Close This Sunday

Bryan Hayes  Photo courtesy of memphisflyer
Bryan Hayes
Photo courtesy of memphisflyer

This Sunday evening brings a close to the annual Summer Sunset Series during the month of June. As a Blues musician, Bryan Hayes will take the Grove stage for a free concert beginning at 7 pm.

Hayes is from just up I-55 in Memphis, Tennessee. His self-published songs describe his own personal feelings, and you can really hear the lyrics come to life in “Let’s Ride,” “Small Town Amazing Grace” and “Father Down the Line.”

Throughout this month, different departments on campus and the Oxford-Lafayette County Chamber and Economic Development Foundation have brought these  entertainers to the community and university.

Hayes is presented by the UM Student Activities Association.

Last Sunday night, the Center for the Study of Southern Culture brought back  the University Southern Studies alumnus Jake XerXes Fussell. While on the Ole Miss campus, he recorded and toured with the Rev. John Wilkins. He later met up with acclaimed artist William Tyler to begin recording his first solo album.

The Summer Sunset Series event is free and open to the public.


Adam Brown is sports editor for Hottytoddy.com. Email him at dam.brown@hottytoddy.com

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