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Mystic brothers offer free family concerts

Mystic — Music fans can have a free curbside concert on sunny afternoons, courtesy of three young brothers.

Mason Plasse, 11, brother Seth, 8, and their stepbrother, Zachary Palmer, 10, held their first free concert Tuesday on the street corner next to their home in Mystic.

Their father, Matthew Plasse, said the boys enjoy playing their instruments and have been playing every day. He said they had been busy with their online learning amid the coronavirus pandemic and wanted everybody to get outdoors for a while, since it was a nice day. Seth started playing in the driveway and the older boys joined in and then they moved to the corner for more passers-by to notice them.

They plan to have additional free concerts Monday through Friday at 2:30 p.m. if the weather is nice.


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