The award-winning singer/songwriter duo of Sean Altman and Jack Skuller celebrate the best-selling team with humor, charm, energy, and supercharged 2-part harmonies. Sean and Jack lead the audience on a journey through Simon Garfunkel's teenage roots, their early folk act, the success of the duo, and the best of Paul Simon's solo career.
Some of the hits featured include:
- The Boxer
- Sound of Silence
- Mrs. Robinson
- Bridge Over Troubled Water
- Homeward Bound
- I Am a Rock
- 59th Street Bridge
- So Feelin' Groovy
- My Little Town
- You Can Call Me Al
- Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes
- Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover
- Slip Slidin' Away
The Concert will be on March 24 at 7:00 pm in the auditorium of the Bakken Elementary School at 502 West Highland Drive.
Season Membership Fees:
Adult Season Ticket - $60.00
Family Season Ticket - $150.00
Student Season Ticket - $30.00
Members enjoy reciprocity to three area community concerts during the concert season: Dickinson Area Concert Association, Crosby's Meadowlark Concert Series, and Watford City Concert Association. Upcoming concerts include -
Williston Concert Association
Monday, May 1st - 7 pm, Bakken Auditorium
BEGINNINGS – A CELEBRATION OF THE MUSIC OF CHICAGO
The NYC-based 7-piece band is dedicated to playing the great music of the band Chicago and the original.
With a rock-solid rhythm section, 3 superb horns, a great lead guitar, and strong vocals, seeing a Beginnings performance is like seeing Chicago 30 years ago. You'll hear all of the hits—from the late 60s, 70s, and 80s—one of the few bands to score hits in 3 decades.
Dickinson Area Concert Association
Tuesday, April 18th at St. John Lutheran Church - 7:30 pm
Copper Street Brass is a Minneapolis-based sextet composed of two trumpets, trombones, tuba, French horn, and percussion, with several members doubling on the keyboard, percussion, guitars, and electric instruments. Copper Street Brass presents different music in bold, innovative ways with a friendly and charming stage presence. "That '70s Show" cleverly features music from the 1770s, 1870s, and 1970s, from classical and opera, jazz and folk, to rock and disco. Their eclectic performance will feature something for everyone.