Museum Concert series showcases Tuesday evening melodies

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The Band of the U.S. Air Force Reserve and the Museum of Aviation's annual concert series at the MoA amphitheatre continues through Sept. 29.   The free shows are performed each Tuesday at 7 p.m.

This year's concert series begins with the Band of the U.S. Air Force Reserve Concert Band. The weekly series continues with the Jazz Ensemble, followed by Reserve Generation, and finally the concert band returns to wrap up the performances of these world-renowned musicians. 

Sept - 15 - The Jazz Ensemble showcases a high level of talent with their big band sound. The band plays a wide variety of styles from specially tailored standards, to modern jazz originals, to big band swing classics. 

Sept - 22 - Reserve Generation, the band's popular music group, performs an intriguing mix of contemporary adult songs, rhythm and blues, jazz, and country. They also perform hits from Billboard Magazine's Hot 100. 

Sept - 29 - The Concert Band returns to conclude the series. 

"The people of Middle Georgia are such great supporters of the Air Force Reserve and all of Team Robins," said Maj. Don Schofield, U.S. Air Force Reserve Band commander. "The Museum of Aviation Concert Series is a wonderful opportunity for us to thank everyone in the community for the cooperative spirit shown to the Air Force Reserve Command and the Band of the Air Force Reserve year round."
The members of the band are professional Air Force musicians working in support of Air Force Reserve recruiting and community relations. Additional information of the Band of the USAF Reserve can be found at
Concert goers are encouraged to come early and bring lawn chairs and blankets. No alcohol or pets allowed. For more information, call the AFRC Public Affairs office at 327-1760.