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PHOTO PACKAGE: Scenes from Art in the Park on Sunday

Sunday, June 6, 2010 | 5:36 p.m. CDT; updated 5:52 p.m. CDT, Sunday, June 6, 2010
Saxophonist Kenneth Brantley of the Chump Change Band takes a solo in the music tent hosted by the Columbia Art League during Art in the Park on Sunday. The band has shared the stage with many blues legends, including Buddy Guy and Chuck Berry, and have been a staple of Columbia's Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ festival.

The Columbia Art League hosted Art in the Park on Sunday. A number of acts performed in the music tent, including the Chump Change Band, Emery Lovett and Jason Ringenberg.

Ringenberg, who put on a children's show under the name "Farmer Jason," said he enjoys putting on a show for children as much as a show for adults.

"They are so spontaneous, you're never quire sure what they'll do next," Ringenberg said.

Singer Emery Lovett, backed by Big Babe & the Chump Change Band, sings Aretha Franklin’s “Respect” during Art in the Park on Sunday.
Jason Ringenberg, under the name Farmer Jason, puts on a children's show during Art in the Park on Sunday. Ringenberg is widely known as the lead singer of Jason & the Scorchers, an alt-country band that was especially influential in the 1980s.

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