HOPKINS, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota country rock band is getting back together after a three-decade absence.

The Daisy Dillman Band plans to release its first album in 34 years.

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The band was popular in the 1970s and ’80s and recorded for major labels United Artists and RCA. But except for some one-off concerts in the early 2000s, the group has been on hiatus.

Next month, The Daisy Dillman Band will release “Radio,” a 10-song album of original material.

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The reunited band features four of the five original members. The group will release its new album with a live show Jan. 10 at the Hopkins Center for the Arts.

In 2006, The Daisy Dillman Band was inducted into the Minnesota Rock & Country Hall of Fame.

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