Range roots rocker-turned-writer to play Kaleva Hall

Up on the north side of Virginia, Minnesota, along a stretch of road some still call the Finntown Flyway you’ll find an old temperance hall built by Finnish immigrants to impart future generations with music, literature and the power of the mind necessary to overcome demon liquor. Unfortunately, the fire water is still around, but so too is a vibrant tradition of arts and letters on the Iron Range. Fifty-fifty ain’t bad.

To that end, one of the Range’s most celebrated latter day musicians is the folk rocker Paul Metsa, who recently penned a memoir, “Blue Guitar Highway,” that’s been getting fine notices.

The Lyric Center for the Arts and Kaleva Hall Association present:

Book reading

and Music
with Paul Metsa
Thursday, November 10th  7:30pm
Kaleva Hall 
125 3rd St. N.,
Virginia, MN

$5 suggested donation

Coffee will also be available.

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