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FRAMINGHAM – The Tony Soul Project performed rock ‘n roll on the Framingham Centre Common last night as part of the Framingham Parks & Recreation summer concert series.

The group performed classic rock & roll, soul, and blues music for about 2 hours.

It was a large crowd for the concert as it was a sunny evening.

Several booths were in the back of the common, along with the politicians, as there is an election on September 14.

Mayor Yvonne Spicer, who is in a 3-way battle for re-election was at the Framingham Democrats booth. Charlie Sisitsky, another Democrat, was holding a sign along the Common and waiving to folks as they arrived.

The Framingham Public Library’s Bookmobile made its debut at the concert this summer last night too. It had not been at a concert since 2019, due to the pandemic.

Assistant Fire Chief John Schultz was manning the booth selling bricks for the renovated Framingham Veterans Memorial Park Project.

Larry Stoodt, Judy & Tom Grove, Melissa Cusson, and Ken Weiss were at the Sustainable Framingham Trying to gather support for their proposal to ban nips in the City.

Connect Church and the Rotary Club of Framingham also had a booth at the concert last night.

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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.