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DeKalb fills state’s Year of Music

Posted: Thursday, January 27, 2011 4:25 pm

A new tourism brochure is available in eight welcome centers across Alabama and includes the sweet sounds that originate in DeKalb County.

The campaign, "100 Places to Hear Live Music in Alabama," is third in a series of tourism information guides and was unveiled during the Year of Alabama Music press conference at the Jazz Hall of Fame in Birmingham.

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