Small-town stories with Neal Hagberg presented by
Lincoln Land Concert Association
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[September 20, 2008]
Neal is coming to town -- Neal Hagberg, that
is, the great storyteller in words and songs -- with stories about his
growing-up years in a small town and the memories he treasures and wants to
share with you. So mark this date on your calendar: Saturday, Sept. 27, at 7:30
p.m. at Lincoln Christian College's Earl Hargrove Chapel is the opening of the
2008-2009 concert series sponsored by Lincoln Land Concert Association.
Neal Hagberg (half of the Neal & Leandra duo) loves small towns,
seeing in them the value that is often missed in the eyes of the
world -- the neighborliness where, in a crisis, the person in need
knows you on a first-name basis, and children grow up in an
environment where the whole town has a stake in raising each child.
He has put together a solo concert celebrating his experiences
growing up in a small town. A master storyteller in song and story,
he will have you laughing one moment and crying the next.
The performance is divided into three sections:
Who brought us here;
or, Oscar Sorby, Helga Paulson and Happy Marbles
How we grew up; or
dogs, bikes and swimming holes
Where do we go from here; or, the
staying, the leaving and the coming back home
Neal brings his guitar, his voice, his smile and his great sense
of humor to Lincoln to give you an evening of fun and delight.
Season memberships are still available. Contact Judy Awe, 123
Crestwood Drive, phone 217-732-4758.
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