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Lake Lanier Islands hosting A1A's Jimmy Buffet tribute

By Staff
BUFORD - Atlanta-based band A1A will showcase its "Official and Original Jimmy Buffet Tribute Show" Saturday, August 11.

It will be another of the Georgia's Island Stage Concert Series
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