If you've been trying to scratch your live music itch, this Saturday might bring you some relief. Green Bay rock band Annex's frontman Paul Hanna will be performing at the Faribault Harley-Davidson from noon to 4 tomorrow, and after watching some of his recent Facebook Live's this guy can shred. 

On top of the rock in-store on a hot Minnesota summer day, temps are expected to be in the 90s with a heat index near 110, you can also grab some BBQ from Uncle B's Last Chance BBQ, as he will be parked at the dealership during the Harleys & Hanna Tent Event.

If you aren't familiar with Paul Hanna, go ahead and check out his most recent Facebook Live event from earlier this week.

According to a Green Bay Press-Gazette article Hanna has been going 'live' on Facebook since late March, you know the month when the music died thanks COVID,  and is also a HUGE KISS fan.

According to the Green Bay Press-Gazette: "Hanna now plays three Facebook Live shows a week, at 7 p.m. Wednesday and Friday and a short set at 2 p.m. Sunday to get people through the weekend and ready for another Monday. It’s a mix of original music and feel-good covers ranging from Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” to The Beatles' “Let It Be.”

Don't forget that next weekend, on Saturday the 25th, the Rice County Fair is also having live music during its fair food weekend, get more details here. We still don't know who will be performing, but at this point, it will just feel good to hear some live 'in-person' music.

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