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Flagship Romance: Chosen Bean Concert

Legion Room — General Admission

$20 in advance or at the door OR Fall Series Subscription applies

Beer, wine, soda & water available for purchase night of. Coffeehouse concessions courtesy of Cabin Coffee-Chatfield offered.

Doors open at 6:45pm, Concert at 7:30pm.

As the Truth or Consequences, NM-based ‘Harmonic Alternative Folk’ duo Flagship Romance, married couple Shawn Fisher and Jordyn Jackson live, work, and annually travel tens of thousands of miles together, deeply in love with each other and the process of bringing their emotionally powerful music to the people. It is an inspiring union of hearts, minds and souls that entrances all who encounter them and their art.

Fluent, intense acoustic guitar playing; lyrics of life’s peaks, troughs, mysteries and wonders; soaring, yearning vocals; tender, though oft-anthemic melodies, and harmonies one could barely separate with a single human hair: this is the Flagship Romance sound. Live, sharing a custom-built dual microphone stand, they deliver their beautiful material with passionate abandon, living each song as if it will be the last they will ever perform. Such commitment to their music and stagecraft has, in just a few short years, seen the aptly-monikered Flagship Romance become huge favourites of the North American house concert circuit. This suits them just fine, as Shawn and Jordyn’s preferred performance scenario is an intimate venue where the audience is tucked up close.

MORE ABOUT CHOSEN BEAN CONCERTS: Named after the Chosen Bean Coffeehouse once located on Main Street in Chatfield, the Chosen Bean Concerts Series has garnered a reputation for presenting the best in live original acoustic music performed by regional and national musicians who stretch the gamut from legendary icons to emerging talents. This ongoing series offers subscriptions which guarantee your admission to all 4 Chosen Bean Concerts each season for just $70 (Winter/Spring and Fall).

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Southeastern Minnesota Arts Council thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts & cultural heritage fund.