Pianist Lorie Line Performs in Toledo

. July 31, 2018.
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Growing up in Reno, Nevada, Lorie Line began playing piano at age 5. Since then, the pianist and songstress has led a full life of performing live and sharing her passion with excited audiences. Despite an impressive discography and many awards, including Minnesota Music Hall of Fame (2015), Line has no plans to stop. Hear the successful Minnesota artist, who brings over 29 years of experience to the keys, when she stops in Toledo during her 2018 Simply Grand Solo Piano Tour.

$54, or $49 for groups of 10 or more
3pm. Sunday, August 12
The Ohio Theatre, 3114 Lagrange St.
952-474-1000 | lorieline.com

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