Minnesota Public Radio to host concert at Harold's on Main

The Twin Cities-based trombone group The Paper Clips performs.

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The Paper Clips play Harold's on Main in Moorhead.

MOORHEAD — Minnesota Public Radio is scheduled to host Slide by Slide, a concert by The Paper Clips , on Wednesday, May 10 at Harold’s on Main in Moorhead.

The Twin Cities-based trombone quartet will revisit the history and cultural impact of Motown Records.

The free concert starts at 6 p.m. and lasts about an hour. Seating may be limited.

The group is performing in Fargo-Moorhead as part of the YourClassical MPR Class Notes program, an educational concert experience.

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