One Night Stand performing in Gregory Park

One Night Stand’s music is a blend of original arrangements of familiar songs ranging from rock, blues, jazz and gospel.

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One Night Stand will perform 7 p.m. Thursday, June 9, at Gregory Park in Brainerd as part of the Performances in the Park series.

One Night Stand’s music is a blend of original arrangements of familiar songs ranging from rock, blues, jazz and gospel. Band members are Leisha Kay on lead vocals; Steve Pelkey on lead guitar and vocals; Jon Belanger on electric and upright electric bass; Mike Owen on drums; and Jeff Johnson on keyboards, guitar and mandolin.

Bring your lawn chair or blanket. Rain out site is The Center at 803 Kingwood St.

Concerts are a collaboration between the city of Brainerd Parks and Recreation Department and The Center.

Performances are made possible by financial support from the Brainerd Lakes Area Community Foundation, CTC, Deerwood Bank and Mills Automotive Group in honor and in memory of Helen K. Mills and Stewart C. Mills, Jr., who loved music and loved the Brainerd lakes area.

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