‘Bluegrass & Beyond’ in Del Mar

Michael Norman, Susan Tharp

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The Del Mar Foundation’s Cultural Arts Committee presented The Claire Lynch Band in a special “Bluegrass & Beyond” performance at the Del Mar Powerhouse on Jan. 27.

Photos/Jon Clark

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