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What did you think of the Boston Pops Hatch Shell performance?

Posted by Rachel Raczka  July 5, 2013 09:16 AM

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Soul singer Ellis Hall and Nowell's own blues songstress Susan Tedeschi joined Boston Pops conductor Keith Lockhart for this year's Fourth of July concert at the Hatch Shell. Former "American Idol" contestant Ayla Brown and singer-songwriter Howie Day also made on-stage appearances, contributing their own local ties to the "Boston Strong" theme of the evening. (Day is of Maine while Brown is a Wrentham native.)

Check out the review of the performance here.

What did you think of last night's Boston Pops performance? Comment here and take our poll below.



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