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Concert photos: Greg Silsby at Harvest Sessions, Saturday, June 7

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Saturday had Greg Silsby on stage at the KDHX Harvest Sessions at Tower Grove Park.

Tower Grove Farmer's Market was packed with shoppers, despite threatening skies and weather forecasts.

Market goers who visited the West Pool Pavilion were treated to a powerful performance by Greg, who was voted "2011 Best Male Vocalist" in the Saint Louis Riverfront Times. Greg and his guitar performed two acoustic sets of old blues and americana. A couple of the highlights were "Mississippi River Blues" and "Statesborough Blues."

After the last song of the last set, the skies opened up and the rain fell.

The Harvest Sessions is a free Saturday morning concert series presented at the Tower Grove Farmers Market throughout the market season. Harvest Sessions is presented by KDHX and Worms Way Hydroponics & Organics. Also sponsoring Harvest Sessions is the Regional Arts Commission and the Arts Education Council.

Photos by Sara Finke

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