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January 10, 2013

The Bergamot to perform at Goshen's Ignition Garage

Showtime is 7 p.m. Sunday

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GOSHEN —

About the name

Band moniker “The Bergamot” stems from a years-ago aromatherapy purchase at a health food store, according to Jillian Speece.

The Bergamot is an orange grown on the coastline of Sicily. Oil is extracted from the rind and is used in everything from saltwater taffy to Earl Grey tea to perfume.

“It’s revered as one of the most beautiful top notes that a perfumer can use,” Speece said.

If you want to go

The Bergamot will open the 2013 concert season at Ignition Garage, 120 E. Washington St., Goshen, with a Sunday night performance. Also on the bill will be South Bend-based The Rutabega. Showtime is 7 p.m., and tickets cost $15. Tickets can be purchased online at  www.ignitionmusic.net and are also available at Better World Books, 574-534-1984.

 

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