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Music and trivia lovers celebrated the pop culture of the 60’s on Sunday at the Music School of Delaware’s Sounds of the 60’s event. Guests came early to make their own “hippy bracelet” at the jewelry workshop. Then they settled in for a concert featuring a Bossa Nova retrospective — a sub-style of jazz popular in the early 60’s –, a 70th birthday tribute to Jimi Hendrix, and songs by Antonio Carolos Jobim, including “The Girl from Ipanema,” by the Philip Glass string quartet. Five brave attendees stepped onstage to participate in 1960s TV and movie trivia game.

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