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Johnny Roquemore and the Apostles of Blue Grass entertain audiences on the Square in Covington

Johnny Roquemore and the Apostles of Blue Grass entertain audiences on the Covington Square

Three-year-old Thomas Bone and his sister Alana Bone, 5, enjoy some lunch and dancing on the Square in Covington Thursday afternoon during a concert performed by Johnny Roquemore and the Apostles of Bluegrass. The show is part of a free lunchtime concert series presented each Thursday afternoon on the Square by the Arts Association of Newton County. The last of the series is next week when the Daniel Jackson Band plays smooth jazz Thursday at noon. (Staff Photo: Karen Rohr)

Three-year-old Thomas Bone and his sister Alana Bone, 5, enjoy some lunch and dancing on the Square in Covington Thursday afternoon during a concert performed by Johnny Roquemore and the Apostles of Bluegrass. The show is part of a free lunchtime concert series presented each Thursday afternoon on the Square by the Arts Association of Newton County. The last of the series is next week when the Daniel Jackson Band plays smooth jazz Thursday at noon. (Staff Photo: Karen Rohr)

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Mansfield resident Johnny Roquemore, center, plays with his Apostles of Bluegrass, from left, Dave Ross, and Covington resident Jake Hegwood, at the noon concert on the Square in Covington Thursday. (Staff Photo: Karen Rohr)

Three-year-old Thomas Bone and his sister Alana Bone, 5, enjoy some lunch and dancing on the Square in Covington Thursday afternoon during a concert performed by Johnny Roquemore and the Apostles of Bluegrass. The show is part of a free lunchtime concert series presented each Thursday afternoon on the Square by the Arts Association of Newton County. The last of the series is next week when the Daniel Jackson Band plays smooth jazz Thursday at noon. (Staff Photo: Karen Rohr)

Mansfield resident Johnny Roquemore, center, plays with his Apostles of Bluegrass, from left, Dave Ross, and Covington resident Jake Hegwood, at the noon concert on the Square in Covington Thursday. (Staff Photo: Karen Rohr)

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