Westborough Summer Concert Series wraps with Midtown Horns performance

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By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor

Andy Coyle of the Midtown Horns sings during a performance in Westborough.  (Photo/Dakota Antelman)
Andy Coyle of the Midtown Horns sings during a performance in Westborough.
(Photo/Dakota Antelman)

WESTBOROUGH – The lawn at Westborough’s Bay State Commons was full Aug. 10 as the band The Midtown Horns treated onlookers to an eclectic set of contemporary and vintage hit songs. 

The gig was part of Westborough Recreation’s Summer Concert Series, capping a schedule that also saw other bands perform on July 13 and July 27. 

For Midtown Horns founder bassist Greg Kojoyian, the performance carried extra personal importance as Kojoyian grew up in Westborough. 

“My musical roots are in Westborough,” Kojoyian told the Community Advocate in an interview earlier this year

The Midtown Horns describe themselves as a flexible band, well-versed in everything from “contemporary [music,] to Motown, to classic rock, to Latin rhythms, blues and soul.” 

Their lineup includes over a dozen musicians, thoroughly packing the stage in Westborough.

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