PASADENA, Calif. — Paul Summers LaRoche anticipates playing for his largest audience ever on Saturday morning. During the Tournament of Roses Parade — viewed by an estimated 700,000 people along the parade route as well as a TV audience of 52 million Americans and additional viewers in 220 countries around the world — his band, Brulé, will be featured on the “One Nation” float sponsored by RFD-TV.
WORTHINGTON — Come June, Paul Summers LaRoche will find himself performing on stage of the renowned Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn., joining country music legends such as Marty Stuart, the Oak Ridge Boys and Tanya Tucker.
Brule & AIRO, an award-winning contemporary American Indian group featuring a New Age sound, will perform at 8 p.m. March 27 at UND Chester Fritz Auditorium in Grand Forks. Tickets will go on sale Friday.
Council will continue working on lease for amphitheater MITCHELL, S.D. — The Mitchell City Council on Monday approved the use of the amphitheater at Lake Mitchell for a three-day concert next summer, with the understanding that work will continue on a potential lease to allow the construction of a fixed-seat performance facility and American Indian cultural center on the grassy area in future years.
SETH TUPPER DAILY REPUBLIC
, September 17, 2008
Brule's amphitheatre proposal surprises many
MITCHELL, S.D. - A new development proposal for the amphitheater at Lake Mitchell has caught some people by surprise, either because they didn’t know or forgot there was an amphitheater at the lake, or because they knew the amphitheater only as a sledding hill.
Seth Tupper, The Daily Republic
, September 08, 2008
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