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Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt to swap songs and stories at Fargo Theatre

The singer-songwriters held a similar show in Fargo in 2017.

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Singer-songwriter John Hiatt returns to the Fargo Theatre on Oct. 20.
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FARGO — Longtime friends Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt will swap songs and stories at the Fargo Theatre on Oct. 20.

The singer-songwriters will share the stage and take turns playing tunes. The pair played a similar show at the Fargo Theatre in 2017.

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Lyle Lovett returns to the Fargo Theatre on Oct. 20.
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Lovett is known for blending country, folk, jazz, blues and gospel in songs like "She's No Lady," "If I Had a Boat" and "North Dakota." Hiatt has mined rock, blues and folk in hits like "Have a Little Faith in Me," "Thing Called Love" and "Tennessee Plates."

Tickets range from $69.50 to $89.50 at jadepresents.com.

For 20 years John Lamb has covered art, entertainment and lifestyle stories in the area for The Forum.
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