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Songwriter and actor Tim Grimm will open the Grassroots Concerts season Sept. 19 in Nisswa.Submitted Photo

Tim Grimm to open Grassroots Concerts season Sept. 19

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Tim Grimm, an award-winning songwriter and stage/screen actor, makes his Grassroots Concerts debut on Friday, Sept. 19, in a 7:30 p.m. show that will include his wife, Jan Lucas, on vocals and harmonica.

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The event is the first of five fall concerts to be held at the Live Well Nightclub and Coffee Bar in Nisswa. The concert series is in its 26th year, and this will be the 287th concert.

Tim Grimm has toured and recorded with his friend, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, and appeared with Harrison Ford in the film "Clear and Present Danger." Each of his past five recordings has reached the top of the Folk or American-roots charts.

After several years working in Los Angeles (where he co-starred for two seasons on the NBC drama "Reasonable Doubts" and appeared in several films), Grimm returned home to rural, southern Indiana. He now lives there with his wife and sons.

For more about Grimm, go to www.timgrimm.com.

The rest of the 2014 fall season:

• Friday, Oct. 3: Germaine Gemberling (www.germainegemberling.com) and Rich Mattson (www.richmattsonmusic.com) playing classic country music.

• Friday, Oct. 24: Eliza Gilkyson (www.elizagilkyson.com), folk and Americana musician.

• Friday, Nov. 14: Erik Koskinen (www.erikkoskinen.com), country singer/songwriter.

• Friday, Dec. 5: Guitarist Tim Sparks (www.timsparks.com).

Admission is $10 at the door for adults and $5 for children under 12 with listening attention, when accompanied by an adult. At all shows, seating is first-come, first-served. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.).

The Live Well Nightclub and Coffee Bar, 5459 County Road 18, is located in the Journey Church across from the A&W Restaurant and next to the school in Nisswa.

Nonprofit Grassroots Concerts are sustained in quality and low cost with the help of a grant from the Five Wings Arts Council through the Minnesota State Legislature.

At each concert, the all-volunteer series welcomes non-perishable food or cash donations to a local food shelf.

For information, go to www.grassrootsconcerts.org or call 218-829-4092.

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