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    Young musicians perform the Kansas single "Carry On Wayward Son" during Camp of Rock at the Great Falls Performing Arts Center in Auburn on Tuesday. Every year since 2007, children and teenagers have played rock tunes during their two-week summer camp under the direction of Fairview Elementary School music teacher Brian Gagnon. The kids voted to call themselves Violently Nice. The 20-member band will perform for the public at Lost Valley in Auburn at 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2, and during the Great Falls Balloon Festival. From left are Leif Walker, 13; Beck Walker, 11; Dominic Toscano, 13; Uriah Carver, 15, and Alina Laliberte, 16, all of Auburn.

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    Connor Lariviere, 16, of Lewiston plays the drums during Camp of Rock in Auburn on Tuesday.

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    Owen Winslow, left, Leif Walker and Dominic Toscano, all of Auburn, pay attention to Camp of Rock director Brian Gagnon at the Great Falls Performing Arts Center in Auburn on Tuesday.

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    Kayley Adams, left, of Otisfield, Tania Bachelder of Auburn and Kahdiana Knight of Auburn perform during Camp of Rock in Auburn on Tuesday.

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    Young musicians perform the Kansas single "Carry On Wayward Son" during Camp of Rock at the Great Falls Performing Arts Center in Auburn on Tuesday. Every year since 2007, children and teenagers have played rock tunes during their two-week summer camp under the direction of Fairview Elementary School music teacher Brian Gagnon. The kids this year voted to call themselves Violently Nice. The 20-member band will perform for the public at Lost Valley in Auburn at 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2, and during the Great Falls Balloon Festival. From left are Nathan Drouin of Poland, Beck Walker of Auburn, Nathan Post of Auburn, Dominic Toscano of Auburn, Uriah Carver of Auburn, Sophia Jones of Auburn and Alina Laliberte of Auburn.

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    Camp of Rock Musicians have been heard playing songs by The Who, Pink Floyd, Metallica, Janis Joplin, Phish and many others.

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    Hunter Richards, 12, of Durham practices on his guitar during a Camp of Rock Popsicle break at the Great Falls Performing Arts Center in Auburn on Tuesday. Every year since 2007, children and teenagers have played rock tunes during their two-week summer camp under the direction of Fairview Elementary School music teacher Brian Gagnon. The kids this year voted to call themselves Violently Nice. The 20-member band will perform for the public at Lost Valley in Auburn at 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2, and during the Great Falls Balloon Festival.

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    Each summer, the Camp of Rock kids vote on a name for their band. This year's band name is Violently Nice.

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    Owen Winslow, 12, of Auburn is a percussionist and a guitar player for Violently Nice.

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