McCartney and Wings to get tribute treatment in Zumbrota
ZUMBROTA — Collective Unconscious has been a band on the run, performing tribute concerts to the Beach Boys, Beatles, Crosby, Still, Nash & Young and Simon & Garfunkel.
Now comes a tribute to Paul McCartney and Wings. The show, “Band on the Run: A Tribute to Wings,” will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 22 at the State Theatre, 96 E. Fourth St., Zumbrota.
The concert will focus on the albums “Band on the Run” and “Wings Over America,” including the songs “Listen to What the Man Said” and “Silly Love Songs.” It will feature a selection of McCartney’s Beatles songs, including “I’ve Just Seen a Face,” “Lady Madonna” and “The Long and Winding Road.”
Community Band Fall Concert is Saturday
Rochester Community Band will present its Fall Concert at 7 p.m. Saturday at Charles Hill Theatre on the campus of Rochester Community & Technical College.
The program will include “Silverado,” “Sleigh Ride,” “Amazing Grace” and “Washington Post March.” Admission is free.
Musicians interested in joining the Rochester Community Band are welcome without audition. Practice is from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday nights at the Lourdes High School band room, 2800 19th St. N.W.
‘The Voice’ singer to perform in Winona
Mrozinski, who lives in St. Paul, auditioned for “The Voice” in 2012 and won a spot on Cee Lo Green’s team, where he was known as “St. Nick.” One of his signature appearances on the show was singing “You Are So Beautiful” to his pregnant wife. On the final show, he sang “Great Balls of Fire” and “Fire” and finished third.
Tickets are $22, available through www.thefeelin.com.
Chuck Suchy concert is Nov. 22 at Oak Center
OAK CENTER — Singer/songwriter/rancher Chuck Suchy travels from the plains of North Dakota for his annual concert at the Oak Center General Store at 8 p.m. Nov. 22.
Suchy’s songs about life on the land and rural values have found a receptive audience for years at Oak Center. He also mixes in the occasional accordion tune and accompanies his songs with stories that erase borders between rural and city folks.
Tickets are $15; pay what you can afford with a minimum of $5. For reservations, call 507-753-2080.