- Regular performer at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville
- Member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1981
- “Rose Colored Glasses”, “Friday Night Blues”, “Backside of 30”
- “Common Man”, “Miss Emily’s Picture”, “I Don’t Remember Lovin’ You”
- And many more
- After you purchase Call the Paramount Box Office directly at Call (320) 259-5463 to reserve your seats.
- LOGIN to your Deals account and PRINT your Voucher then bring it with you day of show.
- Actual Tickets must be picked up at the Paramount Box Office on the day of the show. Photo ID required.
- If someone else is picking up the tickets other than the buyer,
- you must inform the Paramount Box Office directly Call (320) 259-5463
50% OFF Main Floor tickets for John Conlee - Thursday, July 12, 2018 at 7:00 PM
Country legend John Conlee, aka “Mr. Rose Colored Glasses”, a regular performer at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, will be performing at the Paramount Center for the Arts on Thursday, July 12, 2018.
Conlee has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1981 and has been in the music industry for 40 years. During his country music career, he has released several classic songs, including his iconic “Rose Colored Glasses”, “Friday Night Blues”, “Backside of 30”, “Common Man”, “Miss Emily’s Picture”, “I Don’t Remember Lovin’ You” and many more.
Overall, he has released 32 singles with 26 of them charting in the top 20 or better. Eight of those 26 have reached the coveted No. 1 spot on the national country charts. Conlee recorded 11 studio albums during his career.
Don’t miss this country legend, coming July 12th!
Paramount Center for the Arts
913 West St Germain Street
St Cloud, MN 56301
913 West St Germain Street St Cloud, MN 56301
The Paramount Center for the Arts includes an Education and Outreach Department that supports the mission of the Paramount by enhancing and expanding arts opportunities in Central Minnesota beyond the walls of the theater and visual arts center. As one of four departments at the Paramount, Education Outreach includes a Director who works with other staff to see that the arts are available in the community to foster artistic literacy and to explore central human themes that will deepen understanding, foster curiosity, expand perspective and build relationships.