Rain can’t dampen music festival

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Rain might have caused a change in venue, but it didn’t stop the music and good times Tuesday during the opening night of the annual Bustock Music Festival.

Jam-rock group Howard, Lewis & Lovins of Columbus and regional artist Rusty Bladen of Madison brought their sounds and high-spirited shows to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1925 in Seymour.

The concerts were expected to be back at the Southern Indiana Center for the Arts on North Ewing Street for the remainder of the week, with Seymour’s classic rock group Steele Unbroken and The Tunesmiths playing Wednesday night, Seymour resident Rick Wilson and the Mother Truckers featuring Seymour native John Whitcomb along with Duke Tumatoe and the Power Trio tonight, and Slick Ratchett and the AC/DC cover band 100% Angus on Friday.

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