Enjoy a cozy evening of rich vocals and superb harmonies from veteran stage and studio musicians, “2 Girls & A Boyd”, Mary Jane Alm, Aimée Lee, Boyd Lee, and joined on Mandolin by Richard Kriehn of A Prairie Home Companion. This is a freewill donation event. 100% of donations goes directly to PROP Food Shelf to help those in need. Live Stream Friday, February 26, 7pm.
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TALENTED MUSICIANS OF 2 GIRLS & A BOYD
Mary Jane Alm is one of today’s most remarkable and best-known performers on the Midwest music scene. She has toured internationally, been featured on national network T.V. and advertising and has performed on stage for some of America’s largest corporations. Honored with fifteen Minnesota Music Awards including “Minnesota Music Hall of Fame “Best Female Vocalist” and “Artist of the Year”.
Aimée Lee has been described as a musical chameleon, her voice evoking emotion whether she’s performing blues, country, rock or jazz. She has toured internationally throughout Europe and Puerto Rico, as well as across the U.S. Aimée has worked for years as a first call vocalist with numerous corporate bands in the Twin Cities, has her own band and regularly performs in multiple tribute show productions.
Boyd Lee is a veteran of the Twin Cities since 1986, where he began his music career with the jam band “The Spaceheaters” as lead vocalist/rhythm guitarist; one of the twin cities largest drawing bands for over 8 years. Beginning in 1995 Boyd began focusing his attention on acoustic music; writing, recording and performing for himself and others. As one of the Twin Cities most sought after guitarists and vocalists, Boyd can be found performing both as a solo artist and with multiple groups.
Richard Kriehn is a Minnesota-based multi-instrumentalist. He played with the “Guys All-Star Shoe Band” and the “House Band” on A Prairie Home Companion and has performed in symphony orchestras, bluegrass bands, baroque ensembles, pit orchestras, cover bands, and country bands! He has toured with Travis Tritt, Aaron Tippin and Michael Peterson, all the while, playing in the Nashville Mandolin Ensemble and the bluegrass group 1946. He appeared numerous times on the Grand Ole’ Opry and made appearances on The Rosie O’Donnell Show, Prime Time Country as well an episode of Walker, Texas Ranger.