The Good Bad Luckys: Tim Grimm, Krista Detor, and Joe Crookston
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At the door:
Adults: $25; Students/Seniors 65 and up: $20
Share a magical evening with three amazing singer-songwriters. Tim Grimm, Krista Detor, and Joe Crookston, together as the Good Bad Luckys -- in the round and served up with a side of Holiday cheer.
Special Date and time: Sunday, December 14, 6:00 p.m. (Doors open at 5:15)
A mystical, literate and humorous twist through Oklahoma towns, Galway heather, rattlesnake tails, drunk roosters, window washers, meter maids, life, death and the beauty that's still left on this earth. He is literate and poignant, with a stage presence that will make you feel as if you've been friends for years. Based in Ithaca, NY, he tours regularly in the U.S. and Europe and has played at the prestigious Kerrville Folk Festival. Joe was awarded the "Album of the Year" by the International Folk Alliance and was recently signed to Tamulevich Artist Management along with fellow songwriters John Gorka, Red Horse and Peter Yarrow.
A pianist and singer-songwriter whose music defies easy categorization. Avoiding specific genre in composition, she prefers to tailor style to statement. With her expressive, sultry voice; artful song crafting and intelligent, heartfelt lyrics, Krista's performances paint mental pictures of mystery and wonder that you won't soon forget. With five solo albums and countless collaborations, she has been recognized nationally and internationally. Based in in Bloomington, she tours extensively throughout the US, Germany, Ireland and the Netherlands as a songwriter, performer, and seeker of inspiration.
An award-winning singer, songwriter, and actor on stage and screen, Tim lives on an old 80 acre farm outside Columbus, IN, near where he grew up. Many of his songs --rich with details, and sung with warmth, intimacy, and humor -- tell tales of farm life, relationships with neighbors and community, and rural Indiana. He has released numerous solo and collaborative recordings, most of which have reached the top of the Folk DJ and Euro-Americana charts. He performs across the US, and for the past six years has toured in Europe.
Three very talented singer songwriters -- who are friends off stage as well as on -- together as The Good Bad Luckys!
The Indy Folk Series is the premier listening room venue for acoustic music in Indianapolis, IN.
Since 2001, the Indy Folk Series has featured a wide array of acoustic music genres, including Americana, Roots, Bluegrass, Singer-Songwriters, and more.
Each season brings established national and regional touring acts as well emerging local performers. Audiences enjoy a comfortable, intimate venue with opportunities to meet the performers, first rate acoustics, and a friendly atmosphere.
The Indy Folk Series normally presents eight shows during the season which runs from September through May. Concerts are held once a month in the performance space at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis. Light refreshments are available.
Indy Folk Series
615 W. 43rd St.
Indianapolis, IN 46208
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