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Devils Lake Journal - Devils Lake, ND
  • Hats off to Hatzenbuhler at Stump Lake Village

  • Mylo Hatzenbuhler will perform Sunday, July 27 at 3:00 p.m. in the Main Street Building of Stump Lake Village, with a delicious pie social to follow.
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  • The Nelson County Historical Society proudly presents Mylo Hatzenbuhler for your listening pleasure and laughter on Sunday, July 27 at 3:00 p.m.
    Hatzenbuler's show will be held in the Main Street Building at Stump Lake Village, with a delicious Pie Social to follow.
    MYLO HATZENBUHLER, the Strasburg, ND, "farm-boy" who has found his second calling in rock & roll music, is thrilling fans everywhere with his latest concert tour, The 2014 International World Tour of North and South Dakota.
    Once again, Mylo is ready to “rock and roll ‘til the cows come home.”
    Hatzenbuler continues to delight crowds all over the Midwest with his much-loved hits.Such songs as “We Couldn’t Start the Tractor” and “My Dog’s Got Rabies.”
    Holding true to the principle of crop rotation, he regularly offers new songs to his public, as witnessed by his recent triumphs with “Under the Cow,” “I’ve Sprayed Everywhere,” and his latest hit songs, the autobiographical “Who Let the Hogs Out?,” “Return to Slender,” “The Tracks of John Deere,” and the poignant “Mr. Dairy Farm Guy.”
    The talented artist’s latest albums, “Out Standing in My Field” and “A Very Mylo Christmas,” are making waves everywhere as well, and are propelling him ever higher in the music world. “I want to be a household name,” Hatzenbuler says, “just like Ed Hilzendeger.”
    If you want to hear the latest from this home-grown superstar who makes the
    ladies swoon and the cows moo, then don’t miss your chance to see Mylo Hatzenbuhler, the rock & roll farmer who is truly larger than life!
    A free will offering will be accepted for both the performance and the Pie Social.
    Please join us for a light-hearted afternoon, and bring your friends! Stump Lake Village is located at the edge of beautiful Stump Lake Park, 10 miles south of Lakota or 10 miles north of Pekin.

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