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Melissa Etheridge, who last year released "Fourth Street Feeling," will perform at Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom Thursday, June 20. Tickets to the newly added show range from $40 to $101 sy 929-4100 or casinoballroom.com. The title of Etheridge's latest CD is a nod to the Grammy Award winner's home town of Leavenworth, Kansas, a place known to some for its prison and Army base. But for Etheridge it's also home to small-town memories of car rides down a main drag and visiting her first McDonalds. Miles away from that time, with 12 studio albums to her name, Etheridge has spent 25 years in the music business, creating tunes such as "Bring Me Some Water," "No Souvenirs," "Ain't It Heavy," "I'm the Only One" and "Come to my Window." 

Melissa Etheridge coming to Hampton Beach Casino June 20

Melissa Etheridge, who last year released "Fourth Street Feeling," will perform at Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom Thursday, June 20. Tickets to the newly added show range from $40 to $101. Go to casinoballroom.com. The title of Etheridge's latest CD is a nod to the Grammy Award winner's home town of Leavenworth, Kansas, a place known to some for its prison and Army base. But for Etheridge it's also home to small-town memories of car rides down a main drag and visiting her first McDonalds. Miles away from that time, with 12 studio albums to her name, Etheridge has spent 25 years in the music business, creating tunes such as "Bring Me Some Water," "No Souvenirs," "Ain't It Heavy," "I'm the Only One" and "Come to my Window."



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