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O'Malley's March To Close Out Southern Maryland Swing

Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) is scheduled to travel to Southern Maryland on Friday for the latest in his "Capital for a Day" series. This day, however, will be fuller than most: It is scheduled to end with a performance by O'Malley's March, the governor's semi-retired Celtic rock band.

The official actvities related to Capital for a Day (or CFAD, as it is known in governor's office lingo) are taking place in Calvert County, home of the powerful Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. (D-Calvert).

The musical performance is actually taking place in neighboring St. Mary's County. O'Malley's band is appearing as part of the St. Mary's College of Maryland River Concert Series, which is holding a two-day celebration of Maryland's 375th birthday. O'Malley's March has been booked as one of several artists playing with the Chesapeake Orchestra.


By John Wagner  |  June 17, 2009; 9:23 AM ET
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