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Rettos Logan reunites with the Hit Men

Jeanne Rettos Logan will reunite with her former band the Hit Men for a free concert at Heber City Park on June 23. (Courtesy of Jeanne Rettos Logan)
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Jeanne & the Hit Men will reunite for a concert at Heber City Park on Thursday, June 23, from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.

The band — Jeanne Rettos Logan, Marty Morrison, John Flanders, Drew Fink and Eddie Stix — were a traveling band that spent weekends playing Park City’s Main Street venues, such as Cisero’s and the Alamo, as well as the American Cup ski events. Since then, the band members have each become successful in other endeavors.

Rettos Logan has performed solo and has collaborated with her former band mates in trios and duos on occasion.

Guitarist Morrison and mandolinist Fink are collectively known as the Small House Strings, a duo that recently released the album "Crossing Borders."

Saxophonist Flanders is the leader of Double Helix and drummer Eddie Stix plays with Note of Passage.

The reunion concert, which is free and open to the public, will feature songs from Rettos Logan’s album "Cleanse My Soul," and favorites from days past.


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