THE CRANE WIVES with special guests The Appleseed Collective
Doors at 7:00 p.m., show at 8:00 p.m. First come, first seated. Standing room also available.
All ages | General Admission | Ages 3 & under are FREE (Kids are welcome to come, but please know that it is important to provide a quiet and intimate space for the musician and for the audience. Thank you!)
TICKETS: We have made it easy for you to select the price that works best with your pocketbook! Prices are $15 or $25 (your $25 ticket purchase also includes a new CD). Remember, all funds gathered support the musicians, The Good Work Collective and SPACE. Kids are welcome to come, but please know that it is important to provide a quiet and intimate space for the musician and for the audience. Thank you!
The Good Work Collective is a think/do all-arts gallery space where community ideas, grass roots projects, brainstorm sessions, and creative concepts have an opportunity to come to life. This space is the culmination of the dreams of Porterhouse Productions - a space where YOU are welcome.
SPACE = Sound and Personal Audio for Community Events. Through SPACE, we are able to provide sound equipment for free or for a reduced fee to non-profit organizations, musicians, artists, and community events.
ABOUT THE CRANE WIVES (http://thecranewives.com)
West Michigan's The Crane Wives' indie-folk-rock style defies musical stereotypes. Using three-part vocal harmonies, eclectic instrumentation and a knack for dynamics, they create organic music that is both accessible and innovative.
Bigger, darker, and unapologetic -- the long-awaited follow up to their debut album, "Safe Ship, Harbored," drives the listener on a harrowing journey through barren roads and lonely deserts to a place where inner strength is prized. The Crane Wives come out swinging on this album, using the platform afforded to them by the local success of "Safe Ship" to stretch their legs musically and demonstrate their growth as artists within the West Michigan community. Produced by Ben Zito & Dan Rickabus, and mastered by the legendary Glenn Brown (whose musical engineering skills have won him a variety of industry nominations and awards, including two Emmy Awards), "The Fool In Her Wedding Gown" promises to deliver twelve tracks of emotionally-charged themes with the Crane Wives' female-driven vocals, signature three-part harmonies, and bolder accompaniment.
ABOUT THE APPLESEED COLLECTIVE (http://www.theappleseedcollective.com)
The Appleseed Collective formed somewhat randomly and with surprising initial inertia. With almost all members of the group writing songs the sound is eclectic; equal parts their own character and influence that ranges back to the turn of the century.
The Good Work Collective (View)
417 S. Union Street
Traverse City, MI 49684
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|