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‘Imperial Live’ to feature songwriter performance, dinner PDF Print E-mail

“Imperial Live” is being developed as an extension of the Bieroc Café concert series in McCook, which features live entertainment.
Songwriter Beth Wood will perform on Thursday, Jan. 21, at Smokin’ Leroy’s Backroom Lounge. The evening will include an all you can eat prime rib dinner, beer and wine cash bar, and two sets by Wood.
Wood is a musician/songwriter with a warm stage presence that has been winning over audiences from coast to coast.
She has released seven CDs and is described by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram as “a superb singer-songwriter whose versatility discourages labeling.”
Sehnert’s Bakery and Bieroc Cafe have created a unique and fun, city-like experience for music-lovers in southwest Nebraska. The performers there are national musicians who need a place to share their talent as they travel across the U.S.
When scheduling allows, the artists will perform in both Imperial and McCook.
The goal of ‘Imperial Live’ is to expand to different locations in Chase County throughout the year.
The doors will open at 6 p.m., with the meal served at 6:30 p.m. and concert at 7:30 p.m.
For reservations contact Jim Pirog at 882-5597. Cost of the dinner and concert is $30 per person, with reservations only due to limited seating.
Organizers of ‘Imperial Live’ are Jim and Linda Pirog, Brad and Jill Moline, LeRoy and Lavonne Musick of Smokin’ Leroy’s and Chris Musick of Capitol Liquor.


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