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Four decades of music in Door County

'Songs of Doc Heide' will recognize the AFT co-founder's 40 years of performing on the Peninsula

3:23 PM, Jul. 16, 2013
Frederick Heide, known to most of Door County as 'Doc,' celebrates 40 years of making music and theater on the Peninsula with a bunch of musical friends in the 'Songs of Doc Heide' concert July 23 at Door Community Auditorium.
Frederick Heide, known to most of Door County as 'Doc,' celebrates 40 years of making music and theater on the Peninsula with a bunch of musical friends in the 'Songs of Doc Heide' concert July 23 at Door Community Auditorium.
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It's an honor Frederick "Doc" Heide doesn't take lightly. Indeed, few singer-songwriters are fortunate enough to enjoy a retrospective concert of their works, he said with clear reverence.

"Well, maybe if you are famous and dead," Heide said, laughing. "But I figured it would be much easier to organize it while I was alive."

The idea, and the time, for a retrospective concert - "Songs of Doc Heide," July 23 at Door Community Auditorium - came after Heide learned he would not be cast in an American Folklore Theatre show for the first time in 34 years. Although he actively continues in his role as ...

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