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  • Walmart Soundcheck. Magic! performs their Summer smash "Rude" on Soundcheck. Check out the full set and interview.
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  • The Music Center. Now accepting applications for the Spotlight Scholarship. If you're a high school student passionate for the arts, or if there's a kid in your life who's been aching for a chance to hone their craft, now's the chance to be part of something great!
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