Greetings all open mic participants,
First off, thanks for all of your participation! We have really enjoyed hosting open mic for the last several years.
Unfortunately, we are at a juncture with our music program in which we have to temporarily discontinue open mic. Without consistent personnel to run sound and logistics for the evening, we are unable to facilitate the weekly program. If we can implement a system conducive to running an open mic night, we will.
Thanks again for many nights of great music!
Shorts Brewing Company
More information to follow.
When: Wednesday, July 14th, 2010
Time: 5 pm to 8 pm
Location: Food For Thought 10704 Oviatt Rd. Honor, MI 49640
For more information, please call 231-326-5444
or email email@example.com
Located at Ivan’s at Schuss Village. More information to come.
Spawned in the deep woods of northern Michigan with the sound of the Pine River flowing in the background, Airborne or Aquatic went from the nymph stage to full maturity with wings in full flight.
I’ve been me for as long as I can remember… An for as long as I can remember I’ve been writing poetry and songs. Over the past several years I’ve had the honor and pleasure of working with musicians form all around Michigan and the midwest. Their talents are not to be missed when they join me on stage, at open mics or on my cds. Enjoy!
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Rochelle Clark from Chelsea, Michigan and John Natiw from Canton, Michigan are The Potter’s Field, a Midwest based Folk/Americana/Roots duo. Known for poetic, gritty lyrics, driving instrumental style (including acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin, harmonica, typical and non-typical percussion elements and the occasional kazoo), close and powerful vocal harmonies and easy stage presence, The Potter’s Field surprises with new songs and ideas that sound familiar yet nostalgic. The Potter’s Field’s original compositions cover a variety of topics and styles while holding fast to their Midwest roots. Audiences leave shows entertained and uplifted, thoughtful and hopeful. The Potter’s Field.