Local musicians play at July Fest

By Perry Russom

July 15, 2013 Updated Jul 15, 2013 at 12:13 AM EDT

Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Music swirled through the streets in Binghamton on the final day of July Fest.

Musicians from around the area continued to play on Sunday.

"It's the best thing in the world," said musician Tony Marino. "There's nothing like a live performance and having people appreciate your music. That's why we do what we do."

Throughout the weekend, 16 bands played for a live audience. The Eric Ross Blues Band was performing their set while the Action News crew was there.

"There is a great music culture around here, there are a lot of fine, fine musicians, a lot of venues to play," said Jeff Stockham who played in the festival. "You just have to seek them out."

Four bands played Sunday as the audience bobbed along with the music.

This is the third year the music festival has been a part of July Fest.

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