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Two Buck Chuck

Aug. 25/MARENGO – 7-10 p.m.  Kick back on Friday nights with fun, energetic live music at Fireside Winery. With great music and delicious wines you’re sure to cut loose on the crowded dance floor. If dancing isn’t your thing, you can sit back and relax with the smell of wood burning fire pits and the glow of a warm sunset over the vineyard.  We encourage you to visit early to sample our delicious wines and grab a bite to eat before the music and dancing begins! >MORE

 

The Marksmen & The Punches Family

Aug. 26/CEDAR FALLS – 6 p.m. at the Riverview Conference Center. Over a period of thirty years, The Marksmen have become one of the top Bluegrass Gospel Groups in the nation. For many years a dynamic force on the southern gospel circuit. In 1991, The Marksmen won video of the year for their production of “Grandpa Was a Farmer”, at the Independent Country Awards. Then in 1992 they received a Telly Award with their video of “Wagon Tracks.” In 1993, ’94, and ’95 at the National Bluegrass Awards The Marksmen won SPBGMA’s award for the best Bluegrass/Gospel Group of the year.

 

The Punches is a bluegrass gospel group who make their home in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains. Mom, dad & four children all play instruments, sing, and have been performing nationwide at churches, festivals, fairs and special events since 2009. They’ve been featured on Great American Gospel (a weekly television show) in many countries and on over 200 stations across America. For tickets, call 319-268-0787.

Casey Muessigmann

Aug. 26/ARNOLDS PARK –   7:30 – 10 p.m. at Arnold’s Park Preservation Plaza. Concert is free and open to the public Casey was a member of Blake Shelton’s team on Season 3 of “The Voice.” Since his appearance, he has focused on writing and co-producing his newest album, “Between the Rows,” and spending time on stage. A seasoned stage-veteran at the young age of 27, Muessigmann has shared the stage with Granger Smith, Joe Diffie, Merle Haggard, Scotty McCreery, Craig Campbell, Randy Houser, Eli Young Band,  Blake Shelton, and Florida Georgia Line.