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Start your Fourth off with a virtual Star-Spangled Banner created by a local band

JACKSON, Wyo. — The Jackson Hole Community Band created a virtual Star-Spangled Banner to be shared online throughout the Jackson community.

“We miss our fans and made this for them,” the band told Buckrail on Facebook. “Like so many other local events this year, the 4th of July Parade was canceled.”

Since the band could not perform live for the event, conductor Zachary Singer and members of the band recorded themselves playing the Star-Spangled Banner.

“We bring to you a virtual performance in celebration of our great nation!”

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