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2013-06-16 - In front of Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. The Man Can Sing - Near the close of a very successful return of June Dairy Day/Farmers Market on the Square Saturday, June 15, 2013, those who stayed late at the festival were drawn from all parts of the Square to the music of Steve Chundy, the vocalist, and Caleb Selby and Nicholas Selby of Simple Truth, primarily devoted to their Christian ministry, but offering a blend of many musical genres. An original song - and a trademark one - is "Nailed to the Cross." They sing at a variety of venues, frequently at Haven Mission on Merchant Street in Downtown Columbia. Their style is influenced, too, by Chundy's birthplace, Maritius, an idyllic island nation in the Indian Ocean, highly ranked, the Wikipedia entry, Mauritius says, for its "democracy, economic, and political freedom." Chundy is the manager of the Cafe on the Square, which reopened to capacity crowds of coffee shop devotees on on Wednesday, June 12, 2013. Contact: Simple Truth Ministries. Mark Selby is in charge of bookings. 270-385-6075 or 803-295-0987.
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