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Keeping faith that the music will go on

Famed N.H. club faces foreclosure

By Steve Morse
Globe Correspondent / September 6, 2008

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NEWMARKET, N.H. - Call it the treasure on the hill. The Stone Church, located on Zion Hill in this small New England town, has a legacy quite rare for a compact, 192-capacity venue. Phish played here five times. Bonnie Raitt, Aerosmith, and Odetta gigged here. So did bluesmen Buddy Guy and Johnny Winter, jazzmen John Scofield and Bill Frisell, and ... (Full article: 519 words)

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