The nonprofit Grassroots Concerts series announces its fall concert schedule. All concerts are at 7:30 p.m. at the Live Well Nightclub and Coffee Bar at the Journey Church in Nisswa.
• Friday, Sept. 28: Dusty Heart (https://dustyheartmusic.com)
Rich vocal harmonies merge with intimate layers of guitar, fiddle and banjo to define the lush sound of Dusty Heart. Barbara Jean and Molly Dean, both songwriters and musicians, combine their voices for a powerful sound.
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Thesongbook of guitarist-songwriter Gurf Morlix pithily relates the human condition with lyrics that don't waste a syllable and instrumentation without a spare note. After decades of providing exemplary instrumental and production work for the likes of Lucinda Williams, Warren Zevon, and Mary Gauthier, Morlix has gone solo.
• Friday, Nov. 9: Pushing Chain (https://www.pushingchain.com)
Pushing Chain plays "folky-tonk" music featuring Boyd Blomberg on guitar and Adam Moe on fiddle. The duo's strong songwriting, tight vocal harmonies and gonzo approach have been winning fans across the Midwest and beyond.
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Admission to concerts is $10 at the door for adults and $5 for children under 12 with listening attention and accompanied by an adult. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and seating is first-come, first-served.
Nonperishable food or cash donations to a local food shelf are welcome at all concerts.
For more information, visit www.grassrootsconcerts.org or call 218-829-4092.