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A quirky instrument is their main squeeze

Accordion fest brings color to area

By Lauren Smiley
Globe Correspondent / July 14, 2004

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Jon Knoff figures he must have unknowingly checked a box in the registration materials that signed him up for this gig, but he's game. Here the Norwegian stands, amid 30-some fellow enthusiasts straight off buses from the American Accordionists' Association Festival, milling in front of Quincy Market yesterday minutes before squeezing out the ``Cheers'' theme. Meanwhile 11-year-old John Moceo rattles ... (Full Article: 1273 Words)

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