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VIDEO: Something With Digby Bring Rock, Fun to Dover Common

The Summer Concert Series resumed Tuesday night with tunes of old and new.

VIDEO: Something With Digby Bring Rock, Fun to Dover Common VIDEO: Something With Digby Bring Rock, Fun to Dover Common VIDEO: Something With Digby Bring Rock, Fun to Dover Common VIDEO: Something With Digby Bring Rock, Fun to Dover Common VIDEO: Something With Digby Bring Rock, Fun to Dover Common VIDEO: Something With Digby Bring Rock, Fun to Dover Common VIDEO: Something With Digby Bring Rock, Fun to Dover Common VIDEO: Something With Digby Bring Rock, Fun to Dover Common VIDEO: Something With Digby Bring Rock, Fun to Dover Common

An ideal night of weather descended upon the Dover Town Common Tuesday as families gathered to enjoy the next installment of the . 

The group know as Something With Digby took to the common and lit up the lawn with the tunes of old and new, while residents of the area gathered and children scattered about.

The band features the talents of Ellen Katz as the lead female vocalist, Mike Greene on electric and acoustic guitars, harmonicas and vocals, Rob Guadagno on electric and acoustic guitars, John Elliott on drums and percussion, Mike Terry on bass, and Carrie Martin on keyboards, according to the group's website.

Editor's Note: The above paragraph previously stated that Steve Iverson was the group's bass player, when it is in fact Mike Terry. Additionally, Ellen Katz was not mentioned in the previous version.

For updates on Something With Digby, follow the group's Facebook page.

Were you at the concert Tuesday night? Let us know what you thought in the comments section below!

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