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The Rough & Tumble

June 22, 2024

The Rough & Tumble are a folk/Americana duo, consisting of Mallory Graham & Scott Tyler. Forming in 2011, they spent 8 years full time in a 16ft camper with two big dogs and one hamster, playing roughly 150 shows a year. At home at festivals (Mile of Music, 30A, Nor-Eastr’,) listening rooms (Caffe Lena, Club Passim, Eddie’s Attic) and house concerts across the country, their commanding stage presence, engaging performances and affecting songwriting won them official showcases at Folk Alliance International, NERFA, SERFA and the Independent Music Awards Americana Song of the Year for their song “The Hardest Part. 2021’s We’re Only Family If You Say So, an album about what it means to be family and then to lose it, had singles debuting on American Songwriter and The Bluegrass Situation and has been embraced by fans for its stark honesty, unique storytelling and well-crafted melodies. The band now resides in New Hampshire and their new album, Only This Far, was released in May 2023 that has been described as “quality songs, well written, well played, well sung and arranged, and a pleasure from start to end.”

Cousin Curtiss

June 29, 2024

Cousin Curtiss brings to the stage a fiery dynamic rarely seen by a solo act and now partnered up with the equally enigmatic and soulfully driven electric guitar prowess of Harrison B, these two road warriors are on a mission to electrify audiences everywhere with their two-man full-band sound. Think, “blues at bluegrass speeds.” Imagine, “rock americana with a soulful drip.” Experience rapid fire acoustic guitar, incendiary harmonica, fiercely energized solos, all driven by a thunderous kick drum.


Lavender Goes Pink

July 19, 2024

Do you want your MTV of old? Are you spending your Saturday nights watching VH1 count down your favorite ‘80s videos??? Then Starfarm is what you need! Starfarm brings the most “Totally Awesome!” collection of ’80s songs that you can dream of. Every song played instantly captures that nostalgic feeling, sending you back to the decade of pegged pants, mullets, and Aqua Net. From the very first chord of the night, you will be dancing and pumping your fist in the air, singing along to the much-loved songs of yesterday. Always ready to break a sweat, Starfarm comes complete with cardboard, old-school adidas track suits, legwarmers, and aviator sunglasses.


July 20, 2024

Midtown formed in the spring of 2018 and quickly gained attention from the barbershop and A Cappella world. In their first year together, they won the Mid-Atlantic District Quartet contest, a 5th place Bronze Medal at the Barbershop Harmony Society’s International Quartet Contest, and the Dealers Choice Award for the highest scoring first-time quartet. After a three-year COVID-hiatus, they returned to the international competition and brought home a 2nd Place Silver Medal. This past July they were crowned the 2023 Barbershop Harmony Society’s International Quartet Champion. They’ve put most of their time and energy into making music videos and other forms of media to get their music and brand out to the world. Specializing in several different genres including barbershop, contemporary a Cappella, jazz, and musical theater. Based out of New York City, Midtown is eager to share their music with audiences all over the world and to bring a new flavor of 4-part harmony to the masses.

KalHaven Strings

July 26, 2024

Join us for a tribute to Queen and Taylor Swift! The KalHaven Strings are West Michigan’s premier wedding and event musicians, performing for over 50 events each year. The ensemble was founded in 2014 as graduate students at Western Michigan University. Highly adaptable and versatile, they are skilled in performing a variety of styles, from Vivaldi to Roddy Ricch, Metallica to Taylor Swift, Post Malone to Bach, and more. The KalHaven Strings have been featured on the Candlelight Concerts by Fever Concert series in Grand Rapids, performing at venues including Fountain Street Church and The Lit, as well as on the Albion Concerts in the Shell and Southwest Michigan Symphony Pop Up! concert series. Members can also be found performing with the Kalamazoo, Lansing, Fort Wayne, South Bend, and West Michigan symphony orchestras and teaching local youth.

The Sweet Water Warblers

July 27, 2024

If the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, then The Sweet Water Warblers are no exception. Comprised of Michigan songbirds Rachael Davis, Lindsay Lou, and May Erlewine, the folk trio’s organic vocal harmonies and seamlessly interwoven instrumentation leaves listeners breathless.

The Sweet Water Warblers came together in 2014, for a single performance at the Hoxeyville Music Festival upon request by the promoter. From the beginning, there was a unique connection between the three artists, a bond forged by a mutual passion for social change and expansion of the soul through music. Each of the ladies brought with them a regarded solo career within the Americana and roots worlds, and with them individual perspectives on traditional music. Whether it was the gospel and soul-laced melodies uncovered in Davis’s music, the Appalachian folk and country-leaning ballads belted out by Erlewine, or the versatile country soul and bluegrass roots of Lou’s band it was clear from the beginning that the culmination of their talents would be unparalleled.

With three-part vocal harmonies that are sublime, the singing sirens and multi-instrumentalists saw the release of their first EP, With You, in 2017. The repertoire swinging from gospel and bluegrass to soul and even joyful interpretations of pop, AmericanaUK called it, “top drawer roots music.”

Kanin Wren

Taylor Swift Experience: Unplugged

August 2, 2024

Presenting the premier Kanin Wren’s Taylor Swift Experience: Unplugged Edition! This exclusive, acoustic-focused show has limited seating and a unique one-night-only setlist, ensuring an intimate experience like no other. 

Kanin Wren leads this dynamic tribute, delivering accurate musical renditions, multiple costume changes, all while celebrating the musical journey of Taylor Swift. This act is not just a show; it’s a must-see event for fans of all ages. Originating from a deep appreciation for Taylor Swift’s music, lyrics, and persona, this event evolved into a spectacular entertainment piece. The powerful voice of Kanin Wren, accompanied by top-tier musicians, will guide the audience through a journey across Swift’s discography, from her debut to her latest era, “Midnights.”

Named one of Revue West Michigan’s “10 Artists to Watch” 2023

“Artist to Watch’ for 2022” – Local Spins

The Steel Wheels

August 10, 2024

The Steel Wheels have long been at home in the creative space between tradition and innovation, informed by the familiar sounds of the Virginia mountains where the band was formed, but always moving forward with insightful lyrics and an evolving sound. In 2005, Jay Lapp (vocals, guitars, mandolin) and Eric Brubaker (vocals, fiddle) joined lead singer Trent Wagler (guitar, banjo) in forming the band as a vehicle for Wagler’s songwriting. They released several albums under Wagler’s moniker, before officially adopting the The Steel Wheels name with the 2010 release of Red Wing. Quickly staking their claim as independent upstarts in the burgeoning Americana scene, The Steel Wheels followed up this release with three more self-produced albums in the next five years, before joining forces with producer Sam Kassirer for Wild As We Came Here (2017) and Over The Trees (2019). Kevin Garcia (drums, percussion, keys) joined in 2017, bringing a new level of sonic depth and polish to the outfit. Newest member Jeremy Darrow rounds out the rhythm section and grounds the band as they continue to explore deeply rooted yet fresh folk rock sounds.  Having gained the experience of thousands of shows, festivals and many miles on the road, the stubbornly independent band has formed deep bonds with each other and the audience that sustains them.

Whether at a joyous summer festival, in their many shows across the country and beyond, or in the studio, The Steel Wheels continue their mission set out over a decade ago; shaking up traditions to see what sticks, telling stories, and joining communities through song.

Westrin & Mowry

August 17, 2024

Westrin & Mowry are an American folk-rock duo formed in 2003, consisting of singer-songwriter Brian Westrin and producer/instrumentalist Peter Mowry. In 2018 they were named the winner of the coveted John Lennon Award for Songwriting for their track “Talk to Me Again.” In June 2015 the duo performed at the National Music Publishers Association annual meeting in New York City, an event which honored songwriter icon Billy Joel. They have released four full-length albums as Westrin & Mowry, One Week Epiphany in 2004, The Past Rushes In in 2014, Rogues 2016 and Treasures in 2021. Their fifth full length album, “The Season for Losing Control,” will be released in 2024. Prior to releasing The Past Rushes In, Mowry was the guitarist for indie folk band Lord Huron.

Horton Creek Bluegrass

August 31, 2024

Horton Creek Bluegrass formed in 2004 after they played what they thought was a onetime gig to fill a spot. That one show went so well that they had to keep on going. Initially, they began by playing mostly traditional bluegrass and gospel music. As time went on, they began to expand their musical influences, to create a sound that incorporates traditional/progressive bluegrass, country western, a little bit of rock n’ roll, all while keeping the core around the root’s music.

As our sound transformed, and the chemistry between band members grew and grew, the bookings for shows started rolling in. We have played concerts for sold out theaters, Bliss Fest, as well as being the opening act for major players in the industry, such as Trick Pony and Kellie Pickler.  Their hopes are high, the bass is low, and of course, the grass is blue!

Sierra Hull

Bluegrass by the Bay

September 6, 2024

Sierra Hull is widely regarded to be a as a master of her instrument; A two-time Grammy Nominated artist and songwriter, recognized for both her most recent projects, 25 Trips (2020) and Weighted Mind (2016), she is also the 4x recipient of IBMA’s Mandolin Player of the Year, the first woman to ever receive this distinction. A pioneer for acoustic music throughout her already impressive multi-decade career, she has graced the country’s most iconic stages, including Carnegie Hall, the Grand Ole Opry, and the White House. Her virtuosic abilities have garnered respect from genre-defining trailblazers, friends, and collaborators such as Alison Krauss, Sturgill Simpson, Garth Brooks, Dolly Parton, Bela Fleck, Bobby McFerrin, and Brandi Carlile. Originally hailing from Byrdstown, Tennessee, her unique sound is rooted in bluegrass, and she is widely considered one of acoustic music’s most inventive artists.

Nathan & Jessie

Play it Forward

September 14, 2024

Music with a spirit of beauty, spontaneity, dance, and jazz improvisation! From the city where the sun shines through the mist, Temecula, California, comes the jazzy folk duo Nathan & Jessie.

Born of the individuals, Nathan Rivera and Jessie Andra Smith, this duo is a unique blend of jazzy folk and blues on resonator guitars and accordion, along with interesting interplay between male and female vocals. Often joined on tour and on recordings by their friends, Trevor Mulvey on Upright Bass, and Blake Armstrong on Drums.

Their performances not only include unique all original music, but stories of their travels and interaction with the audience that make for an unforgettable experience. Love of sharing music has taken Nathan & Jessie all over the world, frequenting places like Mexico, Canada, France, New Orleans, and the Pacific Northwest. 

The upbeat tunes they write reflect the cultural, emotional, and inspirational images of their life experience and are rooted in the spirit of jazz, improvisation, storytelling, language, and humor.