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The Nobles to perform at Saturday Art Market in Alexandria on Aug. 20

The Nobles are a husband/wife Acoustic Folk Pop Duo performing a dynamic and entertaining variety of music styles, including folk, country, pop and rock.

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Kayla and Ray Nobles have been making music together since college.
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ALEXANDRIA — Kayla and Ray Nobles will perform at the Saturday Art Market on Aug. 20 at Alexandria's Big Ole Central Park.

The Nobles are a husband/wife Acoustic Folk Pop Duo performing a dynamic and entertaining variety of music styles, including folk, country, pop and rock.

Both vocalists, Ray strums the guitar while Kayla picks the mandolin and accompanies on keys. They have been making music together since college, but just started performing for audiences in 2019.

Currently, both Ray and Kayla teach elementary music in the Alexandria School District and are heavily involved with the professional and community theaters and ensembles in the Central Lakes Area.

The Alexandria Art Guild organizes the Saturday Art Market. Events will continue through Sept. 3 and take place Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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