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Andrew Hink Concert
The 24-year-old graduate of Ocean City High School (2006) and Philadelphia's University of the Arts (2010) recently completed a self-produced album, Lindenwold.
For Hink, Lindenwold represents a halfway point. It was the midpoint of his commute to Philadelphia when he went to school there — but he said it also symbolizes a halfway point between his childhood in Ocean City and his future in the world of music.
The concert on Friday will feature Hink on piano, playing songs from his new album, along with some some other covers. Listen to one of the tracks here: http://avhink.bandcamp.com/track/city-of-brotherly-love-3.
The event had originally been scheduled for early November, but it was postponed in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
More About Ocean City Free Public Library
Ocean City's library is part of the newly renovated Ocean City Community Cultural Center at 17th Street and Simpson Avenue. The new two-story facility offers a traditional library collection, but it also has computer facilities and the most reliable free wireless service on the island. The library organizes a vast array of programs that appeal to all ages and interests. It has become a cultural hub for the city.
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