Mylo the Silo in Faulkton July 25
Friday, July 19, 2019
The Faulk County Community Transit committee is sponsoring “Mylo the Silo” on Thursday, July 25 at the Lyric Theatre in Faulkton.
This unique entertainer is the character “Mylo Hatzenbuhler”, a fictional farm boy and music superstar who lives on a fictional farm near Strasburg, ND, with his fictional wife and family. When Elvis Presley died years ago, Mylo was still in school -just another humble farm boy. However, he sensed that a tremendous void had opened in popular music. Seeing his chance for stardom, Mylo set out to fill that void and became the next king of rock and roll, and, as they say, “the rest is history”. For the next several year, Mylo traveled to every town that would have him, winning (and losing) fans wherever he went with his remarkable stage show. Now, after more than 20 years of touring, and with more fans than he can count with his shoes on,
Mylo finds himself at the top of the musical heap, truly worthy to be called “The Strasburg Superstar.”
When Mylo takes the stage,you can expect to hear him tell stories about life “on the farm” and “on the road,” fracture words and phrases, poke fun at himself and everything else, and sing some of his hit songs. Listen carefully, though; what sounds like “In the Mood” is really a song about the enhouse called “In the Coop”. What sounds like “Send in the Clowns” is really a milking song entitled “Send in the Cows”. As Mylo says when he is on stage, “Anything that happens, could happen,” so don’t miss a minute!
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 the rock & roll farmer who is truly larger than life at the Lyric Theatre in Faulkton on Thursday, July 25 at 7 p.m.
Tickets are available at King Insurance Agency, The Shops at 163rd Street Designs, Faulkton Drug, Lazy Way Cafe, the Faulk County Record, or if tickets are still available, at the door Thursday night, July 25.
This great evening is a fundraiser for the Faulk County Community Transit Authority.
Courtesy of the Faulk County Record.
Category: Arts and Culture