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    Valley grad returns for performance at new Tally Ho

    Chris MerrittFormer Loudoun resident Chris Merritt will return to the Tally Ho Feb. 16. Courtesy photo
    Today piano prodigy Chris Merritt lives in Brooklyn, but once upon a time he was a resident of Loudoun's small town of Upperville and a student of Loudoun Valley High School. He'll be returning for one night, Saturday, Feb. 16 for a special performance with his new band Cruise Elroy at the Tally Ho Theatre in Leesburg.

    This special event is one of the first major presentations at the revitalized Tally Ho, which recently underwent a major refurbishment and is now focusing largely on live entertainment.

    Also on the playbill for the evening are WAMMIE-winning band WestMain and Jon DeLuca, who is performing one of his first live shows since completing his recent recording.

    Doors open at 7:30 p.m. with the show beginning at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased here.

    For more information on the bands:

    Chris Merritt
    Westmain
    Jon DeLuca
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