Rock 'n' roll and Finnish fiddling in New York Mills
The Cultural Center in New York Mills has two opportunities for live music at the listening room space
Paper Parlor brings original rock 'n' roll from Duluth at 7:30 p.m. Monday, June 10. Teho brings fiddling from Finland at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 13.
Paper Parlor is a traditional rock 'n' roll band coming from the hills of Duluth. This six-person eclectic crew consists of Wilson Johnson on bass, Kirdan Wenger on lead vocals and guitar, Moriah Skye on lead guitar and vocals, Chad Hofland (originally from Perham) on lead percussion, Allison Payonk on saxophone and Zach Shears as the hardware and electronic set-up specialist.
In their eighth year under the moniker Paper Parlor, the group shares its passion for music and celebration with everyone it reaches. Paper Parlor continues to expand upon its sound and energy, blending many genres into up-beat tunes for all to enjoy.
Tickets for Paper Parlor are a freewill offering, with a recommended price of $10. The band will also be selling its new EP at the concert for $10.
Teho is a fiddling duo from Finland featuring Tero Hyvaluoma and Esko Järvelä, top-notch names in the Nordic folk music field and cross-over freelancers without genre boundaries. They have played together for years in various different bands and projects, including the long-running and popular Finnish band Frigg.
Teho breaks musical boundaries while remaining strongly rooted in tradition. Their music combines fluently Finnish traditional pelimanni fiddling, Norwegian halling, Swedish polska, bebop, western swing, and contemporary folk music. Improvisation also plays a big part in the duo's sound.
Tickets for Teho are $12 in advance or $15 at the door, students $5. Visit kulcher.org or call 218-385-3339 for advance tickets.
Both concerts begin at 7:30 p.m., with doors opening at 7 p.m. Complimentary snacks and a cash bar will be available.
For more information or to purchase advance tickets, call the Cultural Center at 218-385-3339 or visit the Center's website at www.kulcher.org.