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The Sweet Water Warblers @ Crooked Tree Arts Center

Mar 25, 2017

Imagine yourself as a bird in flight floating on the waves of a gentle fall breeze. Each sweep and plunge has the power to shake you and somehow still cradles you like the hum of a mother’s lullaby or the high of a southern gospel choir. This dynamic among fierce, tender, and strikingly familiar is what you can expect from the highly anticipated ensemble of these three front women and songbirds of the Earthwork Music Collective. Powerful singers and songwriters in their own bands, Rachael Davis (Shout Sister Shout, The Rachael Davis Band), Lindsay Lou (Lindsay Lou and The Flatbellys, Time & Luck) and May Erlewine (Seth & May, May Erlewine, and The M…

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 A Hill House Songwriters Showcase

Door Open @ 6:30 

Show @ 7:30 

April 14th and 15th, 2017

April 14th at Kirkbride Hall                                                        April 15th at Crooked Tree Arts Center in Petoskey

JOIN CROSSHATCH CENTER FOR ART & ECOLOGY AND BLISSFEST MUSIC ORGANIZATION FOR A COMMUNITY CONCERT SERIES LIKE NO OTHER.

For seven years, artists from all over the world have been traveling to Northern Michigan in order to live and work at the Hill House Artist Residency. Fewer then 10% of applicants are selected. Now, we’ve selected three of the very best acts to perform, for two nights only.

Josh Davis Trio – our own local songwriting hero, soulful and folky and with a suitcase filled with his newest CD release.

Three Thirds – what happens when a classical quartet discovers old-timey folk music? come see. (hint: it’s magic.)

Robinson & Rohe – finely crafted songs for deep listening. two brooklynites make music that Michigan woodsy souls will love.

See all three acts at the historic Crooked Tree Arts Center Stage on Satruday, April 15. Tickets are available now.

ABOUT THE HILL HOUSE ARTIST RESIDENCY
The Hill House Artist Residency serves musicians, writers, performers, and visual artists. The residency grants time and space—two to four weeks in a log cabin near the Jordan River, stocked with locally sourced food—to support artists and the creation of new art.

To learn more about the Hill House, go to www.crosshatch.org/artist-residency/

Traverse City Show @ Kirkbride Hall (Fri. 14th)                                                         Petoskey Show @ CTAC (Sat. 15th)

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Caravan of Thieves @ Crooked Tree Arts Center

May 13, 2017

The Caravan of Thieves are Gypsy Swinging Serenading Firebreathing Circus Freaks! Driving gypsy jazz rhythms, acoustic guitars, upright bass and violin lay the foundation for mesmeriz-ing vocal harmonies and fantastic stories!
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