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'Stranded in Iowa' finds its way to Wisconsin
Photo submitted Stranded in Iowas five-piece band includes, front from left, Dave Suri, bass guitar; Billie Tessendorf, keyboards/vocals; Jason Holub, drums; back row, left Rob Wallace, lead vocals; and Patrick Harrison, lead guitar. The band performs from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Monroe Main Streets free Concert on the Square.
MONROE - Billed in Cedar Rapids, Iowa as the city's premier classic rock band, "Stranded in Iowa" will make its first appearance in Wisconsin this week when it takes the stage at Monroe Main Street's July 9 free Concert on the Square.The concert's main sponsor is Glanbia Nutritionals of Monroe, which employs the band's keyboardist and backup singer, Billie Tessendorf, who lived in Monroe for 10 years and was active in many community events before moving to Cedar Rapids. "Stranded in Iowa" is known throughout Iowa for its classic 70s-90s rock music.The concert will be held rain or shine from 6:30-8:30 p.m. and those attending should bring their own chairs. In the event of inclement weather, signs will be posted on the Square, directing audiences to either Turner Hall or Monroe Middle School.