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Jammin' in July embodies traditions
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The Double Naught Spies will play a set of deep cut classic rock and blues. From left, the spies are Ed Esposito, guitar and vocals; Kim Juretich, drums and vocals; Greg Cain, bass and vocals; and Jimmy Tatum, guitar and vocals. - photo by Provided by Naked Eye Productions
After 20 years, the Jammin’ In July music festival at Historic Camden has become quite the summer tradition. And when the musicians take the stage, they will be continuing traditions which have been part of the fabric of the community, and the country, since colonial times. The stage itself will be set against the backdrop of the recently restored McCaa’s Tavern building, which itself represents an important part of the early life of the community and many others like it.