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An Americana Thanksgiving / Wis. Public Radio / Route 51

Wisconsin Public Radio

Wisconsin Public Radio’s “Route 51” welcomes three regional singer-songwriters to share their original music and thoughts on gratitude in a year like none other.

Paco Fralick, an award-winning Ojibwe singer-songwriter from Rhinelander, will share new songs from his upcoming album, which is currently in production. Fralick's awards include Native American Music Awards “Song of the Year” and the Global Music Awards “Best in Show.”

Adam Greuel of Horseshoes & Hand Grenades will reflect on a busy year in quarantine. His recent projects include two solo albums, plus this week’s release of “Miles In Blue” with Horseshoes & Hand Grenades and “Unthawed” with Manitowoc Minute comedian Charlie Berens.

Ariane Lydon, who has spent more than two decades touring the U.S. and Canada, will bring her angelic voice and masterful instrumentation to the program while sharing her own personal perspective on the meaning of home and Thanksgiving.

Paco Fralick Live Stream Concert from the Bertch Barn

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Bertch Barn - Streamed online, Rhinelander WI

Singer/songwriter Paco Fralick will be singing original songs off of his first album as well as his new one to be released soon. Check out this show tonight and see who his special guest is! Youtube link - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX1w6zDq7uXB7LnEVz8Jj5A

Facebook link - https://www.facebook.com/events/661003851481974/

Paco Fralick

Conserve School, 5400 N Black Oak Lake Rd, Land O Lakes, WI

  Come out for this great concert! I'll be performing my original music for the students, faculty and the public at the theater in beautiful Conserve School. There will also be a special performance with some of the students and faculty as well! It's going to be a great show so get your tickets!

Tickets online or at the door