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The Heartland Singers will offer a coast-to-coast musical journey across the United States when they perform March 30 at the North Platte High School performing arts theater.
The concert will begin at 3 p.m.
The Heartland Singers are 75 men and women's voices strong. The group started in 1986, so this is the 27th year. The singers offer two concerts a year, one each spring and one at Christmastime.
Songs in the March 30 concert will include City of Jazz, Mississippi Mud, Walkin' in Memphis, Oklahoma, Hawaii Five-O, If You're Gonna Play in Texas, New York, New York, Kansas City and Georgia On My Mind, and many more.
The director is Tim Vanderheiden. The accompanists are Karen Matthies and Mary Lynn Horst, both on piano.
The Heartland Singers are self-funded. Admission is by free-will offering.