May
17
7:30 PM

Willmar, MN Ridgewater College

2018 SIMPLY GRAND SOLO PIANO TOUR

About the Tour

Lorie Line continues her solo piano tour Simply Grand this Spring, Summer and Fall! 

This is the third year Lorie Line is going solo.

Yes, after 29 years of touring, Line says she loves the simplicity of being on stage all by herself. It gives her the flexibility she likes to improvise with her playing . . . and improvise with her story-telling.

"After three years of doing this, I'm comfortable. I feel like everyone in the audience is related to me. They're my family," says Line.

Three years ago in the cold winter Minnesota months she headed south and west to just "try it," to go alone. Having an entourage of 12 people on the winter tour, and 8 during the off-season, the new idea would be simpler. And easier for the Lines.

So, with just two people on the tour (her husband Tim, and her assistant Michele) they traveled to popular cities (where she knew she had fans) to work out a solo show. "It was safe. I wasn't in my backyard but I knew I had huge fans in all new cities who were so excited because I was coming to see them," says Line.

The first year she performed by herself she went to 22 cities, got her "chops" and started getting comfortable on the bench and behind the keyboard all by herself. Now she says she'll never go back. "The holidays will be about the big group, the extravaganza of it all, but all other times of the year, it will be just me . . . simple but grand."

Line says the solo show has become the all-time favorite with her fans. "For years, everyone kept saying 'we just want to hear YOU.' Well, now that's all it is. Just me." Just Ms. Line . . .  and her 1450-pound concert grand piano that she takes with her. Everywhere.

"The hardest part of the day is getting the piano to the stage," says Line. "Every concert hall and theatre is different." But after the piano gets placed on the stage, Line and her two favorite people that travel with her jump into action. A beautiful stage is set, lights are focused, CDs and Music Books are ready to sell in the lobby, the piano is tuned, and it is show time!

Line plans to play music this year from her newest Heritage series. She is also featureing music from Simply Grand, her most popular music played on Pandora. Her goal is to travel to small cities where fans cannot believe she is coming. In other words, Line hopes to be a very big fish . . .  in a very small pond. 

Lorie Line. All by herself. Simple . . . but very grand.

Where and When

Thursday, May 17th 7:30 PM

Ridgewater College

2101 15th Ave NW
Willmar, MN 56201
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May
18
7:30 PM

Faribault, MN Paradise Center for the Arts

2018 SIMPLY GRAND SOLO PIANO TOUR

About the Tour

Lorie Line continues her solo piano tour Simply Grand this Spring, Summer and Fall! 

This is the third year Lorie Line is going solo.

Yes, after 29 years of touring, Line says she loves the simplicity of being on stage all by herself. It gives her the flexibility she likes to improvise with her playing . . . and improvise with her story-telling.

"After three years of doing this, I'm comfortable. I feel like everyone in the audience is related to me. They're my family," says Line.

Three years ago in the cold winter Minnesota months she headed south and west to just "try it," to go alone. Having an entourage of 12 people on the winter tour, and 8 during the off-season, the new idea would be simpler. And easier for the Lines.

So, with just two people on the tour (her husband Tim, and her assistant Michele) they traveled to popular cities (where she knew she had fans) to work out a solo show. "It was safe. I wasn't in my backyard but I knew I had huge fans in all new cities who were so excited because I was coming to see them," says Line.

The first year she performed by herself she went to 22 cities, got her "chops" and started getting comfortable on the bench and behind the keyboard all by herself. Now she says she'll never go back. "The holidays will be about the big group, the extravaganza of it all, but all other times of the year, it will be just me . . . simple but grand."

Line says the solo show has become the all-time favorite with her fans. "For years, everyone kept saying 'we just want to hear YOU.' Well, now that's all it is. Just me." Just Ms. Line . . .  and her 1450-pound concert grand piano that she takes with her. Everywhere.

"The hardest part of the day is getting the piano to the stage," says Line. "Every concert hall and theatre is different." But after the piano gets placed on the stage, Line and her two favorite people that travel with her jump into action. A beautiful stage is set, lights are focused, CDs and Music Books are ready to sell in the lobby, the piano is tuned, and it is show time!

Line plans to play music this year from her newest Heritage series. She is also featureing music from Simply Grand, her most popular music played on Pandora. Her goal is to travel to small cities where fans cannot believe she is coming. In other words, Line hopes to be a very big fish . . .  in a very small pond. 

Lorie Line. All by herself. Simple . . . but very grand.

Where and When

Friday, May 18th 7:30 PM

Paradise Center for the Arts

321 Central Ave N
Faribault, MN 55021

Box Office Information

Phone Number
952-474-1000

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May
19
7:30 PM

Flandreau, SD The Historic Crystal Theatre

2018 SIMPLY GRAND SOLO PIANO TOUR

About the Tour

Lorie Line continues her solo piano tour Simply Grand this Spring, Summer and Fall! 

This is the third year Lorie Line is going solo.

Yes, after 29 years of touring, Line says she loves the simplicity of being on stage all by herself. It gives her the flexibility she likes to improvise with her playing . . . and improvise with her story-telling.

"After three years of doing this, I'm comfortable. I feel like everyone in the audience is related to me. They're my family," says Line.

Three years ago in the cold winter Minnesota months she headed south and west to just "try it," to go alone. Having an entourage of 12 people on the winter tour, and 8 during the off-season, the new idea would be simpler. And easier for the Lines.

So, with just two people on the tour (her husband Tim, and her assistant Michele) they traveled to popular cities (where she knew she had fans) to work out a solo show. "It was safe. I wasn't in my backyard but I knew I had huge fans in all new cities who were so excited because I was coming to see them," says Line.

The first year she performed by herself she went to 22 cities, got her "chops" and started getting comfortable on the bench and behind the keyboard all by herself. Now she says she'll never go back. "The holidays will be about the big group, the extravaganza of it all, but all other times of the year, it will be just me . . . simple but grand."

Line says the solo show has become the all-time favorite with her fans. "For years, everyone kept saying 'we just want to hear YOU.' Well, now that's all it is. Just me." Just Ms. Line . . .  and her 1450-pound concert grand piano that she takes with her. Everywhere.

"The hardest part of the day is getting the piano to the stage," says Line. "Every concert hall and theatre is different." But after the piano gets placed on the stage, Line and her two favorite people that travel with her jump into action. A beautiful stage is set, lights are focused, CDs and Music Books are ready to sell in the lobby, the piano is tuned, and it is show time!

Line plans to play music this year from her newest Heritage series. She is also featureing music from Simply Grand, her most popular music played on Pandora. Her goal is to travel to small cities where fans cannot believe she is coming. In other words, Line hopes to be a very big fish . . .  in a very small pond. 

Lorie Line. All by herself. Simple . . . but very grand.

Where and When

Saturday, May 19th 7:30 PM

The Historic Crystal Theatre

213 East 2nd Ave
Flandreau, SD 57028

Box Office Information

Phone Number
952-474-1000

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May
20
3:00 PM

Nevada, IA The Talent Factory

2018 SIMPLY GRAND SOLO PIANO TOUR

About the Tour

Lorie Line continues her solo piano tour Simply Grand this Spring, Summer and Fall! 

This is the third year Lorie Line is going solo.

Yes, after 29 years of touring, Line says she loves the simplicity of being on stage all by herself. It gives her the flexibility she likes to improvise with her playing . . . and improvise with her story-telling.

"After three years of doing this, I'm comfortable. I feel like everyone in the audience is related to me. They're my family," says Line.

Three years ago in the cold winter Minnesota months she headed south and west to just "try it," to go alone. Having an entourage of 12 people on the winter tour, and 8 during the off-season, the new idea would be simpler. And easier for the Lines.

So, with just two people on the tour (her husband Tim, and her assistant Michele) they traveled to popular cities (where she knew she had fans) to work out a solo show. "It was safe. I wasn't in my backyard but I knew I had huge fans in all new cities who were so excited because I was coming to see them," says Line.

The first year she performed by herself she went to 22 cities, got her "chops" and started getting comfortable on the bench and behind the keyboard all by herself. Now she says she'll never go back. "The holidays will be about the big group, the extravaganza of it all, but all other times of the year, it will be just me . . . simple but grand."

Line says the solo show has become the all-time favorite with her fans. "For years, everyone kept saying 'we just want to hear YOU.' Well, now that's all it is. Just me." Just Ms. Line . . .  and her 1450-pound concert grand piano that she takes with her. Everywhere.

"The hardest part of the day is getting the piano to the stage," says Line. "Every concert hall and theatre is different." But after the piano gets placed on the stage, Line and her two favorite people that travel with her jump into action. A beautiful stage is set, lights are focused, CDs and Music Books are ready to sell in the lobby, the piano is tuned, and it is show time!

Line plans to play music this year from her newest Heritage series. She is also featureing music from Simply Grand, her most popular music played on Pandora. Her goal is to travel to small cities where fans cannot believe she is coming. In other words, Line hopes to be a very big fish . . .  in a very small pond. 

Lorie Line. All by herself. Simple . . . but very grand.

Where and When

Sunday, May 20th 3:00 PM

The Talent Factory

1114 6thStreet
Nevada, IA 50201

Box Office Information

Phone Number
515-382-0085

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