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Springfield Arts Council to kick off new entertainment series at COHatch

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This series’ inspiration came from Rowe attending booking festivals, discovering talented acts that may not work in the larger PAC or Veterans Park atmosphere but worthy of an audience. That’s where a more intimate setting like COHatch works.

Based in central Ohio, Hillier’s work is inspired by contemporary singer-songwriters including Ed Sheeran, John Mayer and Ryan Adams, and the late Michael Jackson, using a soulful vocal presence and finesse guitar styles. A link to Hillier’s version of Jackson’s “Billie Jean” is available on the SAC website.

Other series acts include multi-talented musician Theo Perry, who will bring a soulful show on Feb. 18, and acoustic ensemble Ghost Story Quartet, a group formed at Capital University’s Conservatory of Music, on March 18. Rowe chose the third

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