STAPLES -- Eric Neznik, who normally performs with his band Overtime, has created a new act for his next concert at Centennial Auditorium.
Neznik, a 1995 Staples-Motley High School grad, will appear with vocalist Rachel Domier in "An Evening of Love Songs," starting at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 7.
The concert also will include singers Amy Peterson, Amy Verlennich and Emily Goff, with Bryan Blessing on guitar and Jeff Iverson on sax.
Neznik and Domier recently released a CD of their "favorite easy listening country tunes," some of which will be sung at the Aug. 7 concert, according to a recent news release about the event.
Neznik has appeared in three previous concerts at Centennial Auditorium, including two in May 1996 with his first band Ground Silver. In 1998 he performed a solo show with piano accompaniment by Mike Blessing.
Since 1998, Neznik has been the front man for country band Overtime, which performed at the 1999 We Fest outdoor country music festival in Detroit Lakes.
The band changed its name to Eric Neznik with Overtime in recent months, as new members joined the group, according to the release.
Neznik also has cut a demo CD in Nashville, which is making the rounds in search of a deal with a major record label, the release said. The demo was completed with a studio band.
Tickets for the Staples concert are available by calling 894-5416 or 800-213-6877.
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