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No Bow Tie to perform at Headwaters Music and Arts

Headwaters Music and Arts will welcome Kansas-based John and Myra Svoboda of No Bow Tie to their stage for a live performance at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 14, at Headwaters, 519 Minnesota Ave. NW.

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John and Myra Svoboda of No Bow Tie will perform on Friday, Oct. 14, at Headwaters Music and Arts.
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BEMIDJI — Headwaters Music and Arts will welcome Kansas-based John and Myra Svoboda of No Bow Tie to their stage for a live performance at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 14, at Headwaters, 519 Minnesota Ave. NW.

No Bow Tie is a project by career guitarist and instructor John Svoboda. Prior to No Bow Tie, Svoboda released eight albums before creating the project with the goal to steal classical music from the purists and infuse it with creative rebellion, in what has been coined “musical blasphemy,” a release said.

Free from formality, John “No Bow Tie” Svoboda and his conspirators have gone on a musical rampage. Armed with unmatched creative energy and mastery of their instruments, no famous classical composer or composition is safe. Classical music infused with a fun, creative, rebellious groove, the release added.

The concert is open to the public for a free-will donation. For more information, visit HeadwatersMusicAndArts.org.

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