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Light Bright 

When: Sun., Aug. 17 2014
Canton-born classical violinist Enoch Light was one of the first musicians to create records that made the most of stereo effects. On his albums, he tried to ping-pong his music from the left to right channels. In 1959, he founded Command Records and issued a series of albums recorded in quadraphonic sound. He died in 1978 but to honor his birthday, the Beachland Ballroom is hosting a Memorial Go-go Happening tonight at 8 p.m. The event will include a variety of live performances and mash-ups. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. VIP tickets that include a custom show poster and T-shirt will set you back $35 (Niesel)


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