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October 28, 2013 6:39 AM

Well-known musician to perform in Modesto concert, hymn sing

David Talbott, resident musician at the Mount Hermon Christian Conference Center near Santa Cruz, will be at Modesto Covenant Church for a combination concert and hymn sing. He likes contemporary church music but doesn’t want folks to lose the theology and singability of traditional hymns.

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