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Alison Scott to perform at NY Mills cultural center Friday

Submitted photo Minneapolis indie rocker Alison Scott makes soul music that fans love.

 The Alison Scott indie rock band will perform at the New York Mills Regional Cultural Center on Friday, Sept. 21 at 7:30 p.m. 

 Alison Scott comes from Minneapolis and her soulful, organic sound has quietly built a large and loyal following. With very little radio or media hype, she makes the kind of soul music that music fans love. 

Working with multiplatinum guitarist/producer Kevin Bowe, drummer Peter Anderson, bassist Steve Price and keyboardist James Tyler O'Neill, Scott has become one of the most popular live acts in Minneapolis; she has sold out the Dakota Jazz Club over a dozen shows in a row, and is now filling 500 seat theaters.

Scott's releases have sold over 10,000 units and counting. Her new album, "Hiding Under The Covers, Vol. 2" was released in June and features collaborations with Communist Daughter and Chris Koza. 

Tickets for the concert are available by calling 385-3339.  There is a cost for admission. Additional details about the concert are available at www.kulcher.org.

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