Omaha Symphony patrons can relive the decade of polyester and 8-tracks this weekend.

The orchestra will present “ ’70s Top 40,” a concert of hits by 1970s superstars, on Saturday at the Holland Center, 1200 Douglas St.

Singer Jayne Kelli and singer/guitarist A.J. Swearingen will be the featured performers. They met in 2009 and discovered that they had a signature vocal blend and a mutual love for ’70s songwriters. They developed a symphony show centered on classics by artists such as Gordon Lightfoot, Carole King, Neil Young and Joni Mitchell, among others.

The duo’s debut album, “Swearingen & Kelli,” was released in 2013. They write and record folk-pop music with a touch of country, and they tour nationally. Folk icon Tom Rush included their song “You’re Not Here With Me” on his album “What I Know.”

Songs featured in Saturday’s concert will include the Eagles’ “Take It Easy,” Jim Croce’s “Time in a Bottle” and James Taylor’s “Fire and Rain.”

A limited number of tickets remain for the 7:30 p.m. concert at ticketomaha.com or 402-345-0606. The Upstream Brewing Company in the Old Market will have a post-show party with free food, drink specials and door prizes.

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