KINDNESS IS CONTAGIOUS Let Down Your Guard for Kindness
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STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT WITH AGWEEK REPORTER JONATHON KNUTSON A little parody can go a long way
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Anyone who listens to Christian music on the radio will recognize Matthew West’s hit singles, though his face may not be as familiar to fans. West has launched the “Into the Light” tour that will take him into Dickinson.
MINNEAPOLIS – In a simple, matter-of-fact way, Reina del Cid calls herself a “big nerd.”
In fact, the Fargo native, who returns home with her band Reina del Cid and the Cidizens this weekend, named her guitar after El Cid – an 11th-century knight featured in Spanish literature.
If two guys from Grand Forks got together to write a song about North Dakota winters, you’d probably expect references to icy sidewalks, headbolt heaters and a skull-crunching cold so deep that it brings tears to your eyes.
The annual UND Honor Band and Choir Festival featuring some of the best high school musicians in North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota will present its festival concert Jan. 20 at Grand Forks Chester Fritz Auditorium.
It started with a Post-It note on a refrigerator with band names conceived by Amanda Lynne’s husband. “There were some winners on there,” the 29-year-old said. There was one that caught her attention: The Sob Sisters. The rest is history as she and three women began producing music in Grand Forks.
FARGO – Paul Langlois is excited for his band, the Tragically Hip, to make its local debut Saturday night at the Fargo Theatre. “It’s always nice to play some place you’ve never been,” the guitarist explains.
FARGO – Rumors of rock ’n roll’s death may be exaggerated, but lately its heart has been missing a beat. While it’s getting harder to find rock bands to pack stadiums, a different type of performers are stepping up to bigger stages.
Since her debut in 1996, Messina, who takes the stage Friday night at the Shooting Star Casino, has had nine No. 1 singles on the Billboard country music charts, including “Bye Bye,” “I’m Alright” and “That’s the Way.”
FARGO – When Carrie Underwood takes the Fargodome stage here Saturday night, the audience will light up. But it’s not just beaming faces, eager to see the country starlet that will be shining, the glow of iPhones, Androids and other cells are likely to shoot into the air.
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