He's taking it to the next stage this weekend, and it's a big step. Traylor will see his name up in lights on the area's biggest marquee when the singer-songwriter plays the Fargo Theatre.The 20-year-old knows he's taking a risk with such a big venue for an artist with such a modest following. The one thing he has is faith, not only in himself, but in a higher power.The idea to play the area's most iconic stage came to him last summer when he was hanging posters for an upcoming show.
2. John ManesisTonightMajor League Baseball pennant races are heating up—and so are the Minnesota Twins—but if you want to keep your cool, check out John Manesis' ode to America's Pastime. In "His Good Stuff" the poet pays tribute to the game, the superstitions and the characters who make it all so memorable, like Fargo's own Roger Maris and trailblazing female athlete, Babe Didrikson Zaharias. Manesis reads from and discusses the book at 7 tonight at the Spirit Room, 11 Broadway, Fargo.
FARGO-The music of ABBA will ring in the Fargo Theatre on Sept. 26 when ARRIVAL from Sweden plays on Sept. 26.Named after "Arrival," the fourth album by the Swedish pop group of the 1970s, ARRIVAL from Sweden is one of the biggest touring ABBA tribute bands playing the group's hits and wearing...
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