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PawSox team up with Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame to offer local music at McCoy Stadium this season

February 26, 2014

Announcing a new initiative of the PawSox and the Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame are (left to right) Michael Gwynn, PawSox vice present of sales and marketing; James Toomey, Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame board member; and Geoff Sinnott Jr., PawSox account executive. The two organizations are teaming up to offer live local music prior to PawSox home games this year.

PAWTUCKET - The Pawtucket Red Sox, in conjunction with the Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame  (RIMHOF), announce the “Playing for the PawSox” music program that will allow local bands and  musical artists to showcase their talents by playing for PawSox fans prior to each home game at McCoy Stadium this season.

Artists are invited to play on a stage outside of McCoy Stadium for 90 minutes, up to 15 minutes  prior to game time, in an area where many fans congregate while waiting to get into the stadium. In addition, performing artists will be allowed to apply to sing or play either the National Anthem  on the field before the game, or God Bless America during the seventh inning break.

For the rest of this story and more news, pick up a copy of your local Southern Rhode Island newspaper.

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