Unbroken Circle plays concert at Wake Forest University; debut album will support charities

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – It was a night of great music at Wake Forest University as the band Unbroken Circle performed on campus.

It's made up of Wake Forest faculty staff students and alumni, and this year, they've produced their debut album.

All of the sales will support Piano vs. Poverty, an organization that helps musicians use their gifts to support local charities like Samaritans Ministries and the Salvation Army.

It's all part of the Wake Forest family finding ways to give back.

“This group has been together for over 10 years,” said Martha Allman, a member of Unbroken Circle. “It's Wake Forest students, alumni and faculty and administrators. We get together once a month and just play music. It's Appalachian string band music. And then occasionally we do concerts for local charities. But this is the first time we have done a CD to sell widespread.

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