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Miltich at EAC [UPDATED]

Published 9:03am Thursday, October 25, 2012 Updated 11:05am Thursday, October 25, 2012

Anthony Miltich will return to the Evansville Art Center for a live concert at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2, at the Evansville Arts Center. In the EAC tradition, admission is covered by “passing the hat.”

Miltich has been singing and performing in the upper Midwest for more than 30 years. He is a solo musician in the singer/songwriter tradition, with an evocative, powerful voice and dexterous, multifaceted guitar playing.

His performances are compelling and memorable. As a vocalist and acoustic guitar soloist, Miltich has appeared live on Minnesota Public Radio on several occasions and toured college campuses, coffeehouses and clubs throughout the region.

Dec. 12, 2009, marks a second concert where he opened and performed with solo artist, Michael Johnson (“Bluer Than Blue”). He has headlined several concerts with singer/songwriter, David Stoddard.

He was a featured performer at the Midwest International Guitar Summit in September 2011, where he appeared in concert with Ann Reed and Claudia Schmidt. Listeners consistently compare Anthony’s performances to the legendary James Taylor.



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