Saturday's "Music in the Park" is a fund raiser for the Calhoun County Park, part of the Appalachian Bike Classic, sponsored by MegaZound. The highlight is a performance by one of the country's rising stars, Johnny Staats and his band. They will play at 8 p.m. Jim Burrows says "If you haven't had time to listen to Staats, this will be it. You won't regret it." Burrows is hopeful folks from the surrounding area will stop by.

The music starts about 2 p.m. and will continue into the night, with donations for the park being taken at the gate.

Among the performers for Saturday, Dave Cottrell's bluegrass group, Placid Vive (a great cross-over band that played at the Wood Festival), local musician Harry Beall, The McBride's gospel group, "Mud Skillet" with Dewayne and Jeremy McCormick, singer Mike Nelson among many more.

"It is really quite a line-up," said Burrows, who provides high-tech sound services to many of West Virginia's entertainment events. "We really do want to raise money for the park and this is a great family event."

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