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Back to Bricks Unveil New Statue at Bishop International Airport

A fifth statue from the Back to the Brick Statue Committee was unveiled Tuesday morning at Flint's Bishop International Airport.

The life-size likeness of Charles Nash, who was president of GM from 1910 to 1915 and president of Nash Motor Cars, was created by sculptor Joseph Rundell

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Back to the Bricks Announces Concert Move, Line-Up

On Monday morning, the Back to the Bricks committee made some big announcements regarding this year's concert which will be the 10th annual.

According to WNEM, Flash Cadillac will be performing with the Flint Symphony Orchestra in the evening, and due to the festival's continued growth, the concert will be held at the former General Motors Weld Tool Center in Grand Blanc.

Al Hatch, Back to the Bricks Chairman, said the move "can accommodate twice as many people out there as

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Flint’s Back to the Bricks Expands to Cadillac and Mt. Pleasant

There will now be three Back to the Bricks cars shows in 2014 after organizers announced Mt. Pleasant and Cadillac will host their own Back to the Bricks extravaganzas.

According to MLive, Back

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Flint based singer/songwriter Russell Wayne (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
Flint based singer/songwriter Russell Wayne (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
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Friday On The Tom Sumner Program

Former "Miracles" alum David Findley from "The Motown Experience" previews Friday night's concert with FSO on Saginaw Street for Back to the Bricks, Rhonda Taylor talks about closed captioning, and LIVE music from Flint's own Russell Wayne on The Tom Sumner Program Friday August 16 beginning at 3 p

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"Dixon's Vioin" (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
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Tuesday On The Tom Sumner Program

Electric violinist Dixon previews his Wednesday performance for Tunes at Noon in downtown Flint, Cathy Gentry (Sloan*Longway) talks about Back to the Bricks and repairs to the Buick Automotive Gallery, plus Ken Thomas (Thomas Appliance) and Tom Wickham (GM) talk about Pinewood Derby at Back to the Bricks on The Tom Sumner Program Tuesday August 13 beginning at 3 p

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Comedian Bill Hildebrandt (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
Comedian Bill Hildebrandt (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
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Tonight On The Tom Sumner Program

Comedian Bill Hildebrandt (pictured) and Andrea Sutoon calls in from Back to the Bricks on The Tom Sumner Program Friday August 17 beginning at 6 p.m.

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Pinewood Derby image courtesy of Facebook
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Tonight On The Tom Sumner Program

Jared Rodriguez (President-Protecting Michigan Taxpayers) opposes an amendment to Michigan's constitution guaranteeing collective bargaining, Pinewood Derby construction with Ken Thomas, and this year's United Way campaign kick-off with a surprise guest on The Tom Sumner Program Thursday August16 beginning at 6 p

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The Spinners (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
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Tonight On The Tom Sumner Program

Comedian Jon Ueberroth will be headlines this Sunday at Alexander J's Comedy Night, singer Marvin Taylor of The Spinners will be performing with the Flint Symphony Orchestra at Back to The Bricks next Friday and Flint City Council President Scott Kincaid plans to challenge the state's appointment of a new emergency financial manager

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Tonight On The Tom Sumner Program

Back to The Bricks founder Al Hatch talks about Flint's premier car event and the upcoming promotional cruise on The Tom Sumner Program Wednesday June 6 from 6-7 p.m.

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