Friday, May 27, 2011

Midwest Dilemma in Concert

Roots/ Americana band, Midwest Dilemma, will appear at the South Sioux City Public Library, 2121 Dakota Avenue, South Sioux City Nebraska on Friday night June 3rd at 7:00 p.m. Midwest Dilemma is an Omaha based band that describes themselves as:

"A guitar, red trucker hat, folk songs, and an old Toyota wagon on open road. Justin Lamoureux has been performing as Midwest Dilemma for nearly a decade. Over hills, valleys, across high plains, mountains, forests, deserts, rivers, oceans and destinations near and far to share his experiences and stories of life in the Midwest.
"But there is nothing typical about Midwest Dilemma. Lamoureux recruited 23 musical collaborators for the debut release titled Timelines & Tragedies in 2008. The revolving cast of characters fills out the woodwind, brass, string, and percussion sections. Timelines & Tragedies is a time line of family history. Tracing Lamoureux's ancestors to their days of French Canadian fur trading, the Great Depression, the struggles of his parents' generation with Vietnam, and eventually concluding with his life in the Omaha."
This concert has a suggested donation of $10 per person, which goes to the band. CDs will be on sale the night of the performance. Everyone is welcome to this family friendly event. If you have questions about the concert, please call 402-494-7545.

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