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Young Musicians Onstage Friday

Mon, 12/18/2023 - 14:26
Reilly Rose, left, and Silas Jones
Courtesy photos

Silas Jones and Reilly Rose, singer-songwriters who recently graduated from East Hampton High School and Sag Harbor's Pierson High School, respectively, will perform an evening of music Friday at 7 p.m. at LTV Studios on Industrial Road in Wainscott.

Mr. Jones will play guitar and Ms. Rose the piano, both singing a variety of their own original songs with some covers and a few duets as well. Though they attended different high schools, the two musicians are connected: Mr. Jones's mother, Amanda Jones, is Ms. Rose's singing instructor.

Admission to the all-ages show is free.


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