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NORWICH – Since he first burst onto the country music scene in 1999 with the title track off his debut album, “You Won’t Ever Be Lonely,” singer Andy Griggs has continued to tour, record and perform for packed houses across America. Last night found the 37-year old Griggs on stage at the Chenango County Fair for Millennia Entertainment’s “Guitars Under the Stars” music showcase, running through a selection of his greatest hits, as well as some newer material.



“The musicianship was unbelievable, as well as the showmanship,” said Millennia Entertainment owner Terry Potter. “It was a great show. The excitement and the energy was made for a perfect night.

Vocalist Kaitlyn Jackson kicked things off at last night’s concert, performing a short set of original material pulled from her debut album, Crush, recorded in and around Nashville last year. The young singer said she had a great time, and even had a chance to meet Griggs prior to the show. Her CD, she added, has been selling steadily since its release earlier this year.


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