Music at the Museum - Sweet Water Warblers wsg Jen Sygit & Sam Corbin
While the band formed in 2014 at Hoxeyville Music Festival, these vocal powerhouses have been performing for many years.
Rachael Davis - Rachael is a multi-instrumentalist, award-winning songwriter and widely celebrated vocalist whose talent has taken her across the world and left many people of many cultures thunderstruck by the power and purity of her preternatural talent.
May Erlewine - May Erlewine comes from a family of artists and musicians. Early on she was exposed to music (and people) of all kinds. May was home-educated, came up singing and while still just a teenager hitchhiked all across North America playing in small and large towns, riding freight trains with her little dog, and busking on the streets. In her travels May Erlewine came to know the land and the pulse of the people. Her songs show a very real connection and concern with everyday folk. May plays guitar, fiddle, viola, piano and a few other instruments, but mostly she sings.
Lindsay Lou - Singer-songwriter Lindsay Lou is part of the wildly popular Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys. Having earned their name late night at a Michigan Bluegrass festival from a fellow picker who proclaimed, "It's good to see you Flatbellys out here pickin with us Greybeards," today Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys keep one foot in The Great Lakes State and the soul of Motown, and one in Music City, USA: Nashville, TN. They still embody the soul of a good jam or late night pickin session, and also have honed in on a sound thats entirely their own drawing from soul, blues, folk, jazz and maybe even a traces of that techno beat.
Tri-Cities Historical Museum (View)
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Grand Haven, MI 4917
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