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The 360s in concert at Pleasanton church

The 360s will be playing classic hits from the '60s, '70s and '80s during a concert at Trinity Lutheran Church in Pleasanton this weekend.

The 360s. (Photo courtesy TLC)

"This is an acoustic-electric band with a soothing, convincing sound you can immerse yourself in, for relaxing or singing along, or even jumping up and dancing. You won't want to miss spending a moment with this band, their cordial energy, fabulous blend and great tunes," organizers said.

The concert is set for 4 p.m. this Sunday (Oct. 2) at the church at 1225 Hopyard Road. Visit trinitypleasanton.org for more details.

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The 360s in concert at Pleasanton church

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Uploaded: Tue, Sep 27, 2022, 5:04 pm

The 360s will be playing classic hits from the '60s, '70s and '80s during a concert at Trinity Lutheran Church in Pleasanton this weekend.

"This is an acoustic-electric band with a soothing, convincing sound you can immerse yourself in, for relaxing or singing along, or even jumping up and dancing. You won't want to miss spending a moment with this band, their cordial energy, fabulous blend and great tunes," organizers said.

The concert is set for 4 p.m. this Sunday (Oct. 2) at the church at 1225 Hopyard Road. Visit trinitypleasanton.org for more details.

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