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Country act plays courthouse concert

DiamondBack, a central Minnesota band for 20 years, will perform a free concert at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 19, on the Douglas County Courthouse lawn in Alexandria.

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DiamondBack will perform at the Thurday, July 19, courthouse concert. (Contributed)

DiamondBack, a central Minnesota band for 20 years, will perform a free concert at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 19, on the Douglas County Courthouse lawn in Alexandria.

Made up of Brian Lommel on acoustic guitar and vocals, Logan Mehr on lead guitar and vocals, Doug Field on bass guitar and vocals and JT Petersen on drums, DiamondBack focuses on tight vocal harmonies and musicianship.

They play music from artists such as Florida Georgia Line, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Eric Church and Keith Urban, along with a few country classics and a little bit of rock.

Thursday's concert is the ninth in a series of weekly performances scheduled throughout the summer. Organized by The Red Willow Arts Coalition, the concerts are sponsored by Anderson Funeral Home and Elden's Fresh Foods, as well as nightly sponsors. Thursday's music is sponsored by Sugar Shack and West Central Sanitation.

Red Willow encourages concert-goers to bring lawn chairs or blankets. Proceeds from popcorn sales will support a new playground for Miltona Science Magnet School.

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