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Paco Fralick at Conserve School on Nov. 7

November 05, 2019

Contemporary Ojibwe singer/songwriter Paco Fralick will be at Conserve?School in Land O’ Lakes on Thursday, Nov. 7.

Dinner will be at 6 p.m., with a program at 7 p.m.

Fralick’s original music is a unique blend of country, folk, pop and Native Americana. His powerful lyrics touch on subjects such as alcoholism, homelessness, environmental activism, seven-generation thinking, as well as other subjects close to his heart. Many of his songs were inspired by dreams. He is a multi-instrumental musician playing acoustic guitar, fiddle, piano and harmonica. He can often be found performing his “One Man Band” show utilizing his custom drum kit. Paco was awarded the 2018 Song of the Year by the Native American Music Awards.

Tickets for dinner and/or the program are available for $15 online at www.conserveschool.org/ticket or call 715-547-1300. 

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