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More Blues on the Red

Cool Disposition and the Dee Miller Band, two acts from the Minneapolis area, will play for Saturday's Blues on the Red Concert from 5 to 10 p.m. in Grand Forks Town Square.

Cool Disposition
The Minneapolis-area band Cool Disposition will play Saturday at Blues on the Red in the Grand Forks Town Square.

Cool Disposition and the Dee Miller Band, two acts from the Minneapolis area, will play for Saturday's Blues on the Red Concert from 5 to 10 p.m. in Grand Forks Town Square.

The event is the second of three Blues on the Red concerts that will be sponsored this summer by the Greater Grand Forks Convention & Visitors Bureau.

Cool Disposition, the headliner, is proud of an influence that can be traced directly back to Muddy Waters, a news release said. The band's sound expands upon the bedrock influence of 1950s-era Chicago Blues, touching base with a variety of styles within the framework of blues and R&B.

For samples of the group's music and more about band members, go to www.cooldispo.com/Index.html/ .

The event will kick off with the Dee Miller Band. Dee Miller on vocals and her band present a mix of Chicago, Delta and Upper Mississippi, tempered with a little R&B and rock.

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For more about the band, go to www.deemillerband.com/Welcome.html/ .

Additional sponsors for Blues on the Red are the City of Grand Forks, Canad Inns Destination Center and HB Sound & Light. Canad Inns hosts a beer garden and food vending area. Admission is free.

Blues on the Red is a rain or shine event. In case of threatening weather, an alternate indoor location will be posted and announced. Info: Julie Rygg, (701) 746.0444; julie@visitgrandforks.com .

The final Blues on the Red concert this year will be Aug. 22.

Dee Miller Band
The Dee Miller Band will play Saturday at Blues on the Red in the Grand Forks Town Square.

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