Don’t Miss These Upcoming Performances At Our Pub!

We have continued to receive great feedback both from performers and audience members regarding our upgraded audio system. Pub goers can expect world-class, family friendly music at a comfortable volume.

Sunday, September 25th – The Potter’s Field – 7:00 p.m.

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

Thursday, September 29th – Adler and Hearne – 7:00 p.m.

Hailing from the Spring Hollow Organic Song Farm in the piney woods outside Winnsboro, Texas, performing songwriters Lynn Adler and Lindy Hearne serve up a bountiful harvest of folk-jazz and blues-grass music. The two met in Nashville while on solo musical journeys. Years later, their paths merged in Texas, where they formed the duo Adler & Hearne. Adler & Hearne’s songs reflect glimmers of their life stories, and their home – considered hallowed ground by the stream of friends and family who gather there for the reverie of music making. Adler and Hearne

Joshua Davis Album Release Party: Friday, September 30th 8:00 p.m.
Opening band: Younce Guitar Duo at 6:00 p.m.

Joshua Davis is a seamless union of both city and country. The music is steeped in ragtime blues, sweet jazz, real country and cajun. Davis blends these traditions with his love for gritty rock n’ roll and old soul. The result is what Performing Songwriter Magazine calls, “Some of the liveliest and most rocking roots music around”.

Davis travels across the country playing at concert halls, old theatres, festivals, clubs, dives, classrooms and parks. He’s released a number of albums, including his 2005 solo effort, “Fool Rooster”, which earned the album of the year slot from “Progressive Torch and Twang”, a cult favorite Americana show on WDBM. He’s released four albums with roots-rocking quartet Steppin’ In It, one album of jazz standards with Shout Sister Shout, and has appeared on too many albums to count.

Joshua Davis

Saturday October 1, Nervous but Excited 7:30 p.m.

The Michigan-based folk duo Nervous but Excited is an incredibly unique harmony built upon songwriters and multi-instrumentalists Kate Peterson and Sarah Cleaver. Road warriors to the core, their endless passion has landed them on stages with folks like Ani Difranco, Iron and Wine, Utah Phillips, Catie Curtis, Toshi Reagon, Ferron, Girlyman and Cheryl Wheeler, to name a few. Backed up by an arrangement of guitars, banjo, mandolin and bass, their live show will take you on a journey through a variety of emotions and genres, always keeping you guessing which is next. You might cry, you’ll definitely laugh, and they hope you’ll leave feeling that your heart has grown just a little larger.

Nervous but Excited

-SBC Pub Staff