Archive for May, 2014


 

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    Sunday, May 25, 2014

    5:30 PM

  • American Legion Post 346

    31775 Grand River Ave, Farmington, MI (map)


    The next YA Salsa Social is May 25th !

  • The YA Salsa Social is Detroit’s biggest salsa dance party.

    Hosted once per month by YA Salsa, attendees have the chance to learn salsa from some of the best instructors in Metro Detroit.

    WHAT:

    $10 at the door gets you:

    Beginner & Intermediate and On2 Salsa Lesson starting at 5:30 p.m.!

    Endless Beverages & Snacks!

    A huge wooden dance floor!

    The hottest salsa tracks spun by our volunteer guest DJ’s (Cisco, Issac, MarcB)

    Two floors of dancing –

    Salsa and Cha Cha Cha upstairs,

    Latin Mix downstairs by DJ Caliente!

    Cash Bar!

    Performances by:

    Alma Detroit Bachata

     and

    Nuevo Ritmo

    WHEN:

    Sunday, May 25th , from 5:30 – 10 p.m.

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    WHERE: 

    American Legion Post 346

    31775 Grand River Ave, 

    Farmington, MI

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    WHO:

    All Ages welcome

 

– Water Hill Music Festival – Ann Arbor, MI – May 04 2014 –

 

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– Water  Hill  Music  Festival  – Ann Arbor, MI – May 04 2014 –
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CASEY BROOKS BAND
Rhythm and Blues.
Sean Duffy, guitar and voice; Graham Rockwood, bass; Ben Schlatter, drums; John Patrick, keyboard; James Hughs, saxophone.
Performing May 4th from 2:00 to 2:45 pm in the 1200 block of Brooks.
Water Hill Music Fest 2014
CASEY BROOKS BAND
Rhythm and Blues.
Sean Duffy, guitar and voice; Graham Rockwood, bass; Ben Schlatter, drums; John Patrick, keyboard; James Hughs, saxophone.
Performing May 4th from 2:00 to 2:45 pm in the 1200 block of Brooks.

Water Hill Music Fest 2014
 
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SHAMBHAVI DAS & DAN PICCOLO
Hindustani vocal classical music of North India.
Dan Piccolo, tabla; Shambhavi Das, voice. 
Performing May 4th from 2:00 to 3:00 pm in the 300 block of Hiscock.
Water Hill Music Fest 2014
SHAMBHAVI DAS & DAN PICCOLO
Hindustani vocal classical music of North India.
Dan Piccolo, tabla; Shambhavi Das, voice. 
Performing May 4th from 2:00 to 3:00 pm in the 300 block of Hiscock.

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CHRIS BUHALIS
Ann Arbor songwriter influenced by power tools.
On Sunday he’ll be joined by Dave Keeney and Dave Boutette.
Performing May 4th from 2:00 to 3:00 pm in the 600 block of Cressfield Lane.
Water Hill Music Fest 2014
CHRIS BUHALIS
Ann Arbor songwriter influenced by power tools.
On Sunday he’ll be joined by Dave Keeney and Dave Boutette.
Performing May 4th from 2:00 to 3:00 pm in the 600 block of Cressfield Lane.

Water Hill Music Fest 2014
 
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VINCENT YORK AND YORK UNIVERSITY
Jazz.
Vincent York, saxophone; Michael Wilson, guitar; Patrick Patillo, tenor saxophone; Haydel Le Cense, drums; Lenny Swanson, double bass. 
Performing May 4th from 2:00 to 3:00 pm in the 700 block of Miller Ave.
Water Hill Music Fest 2014
VINCENT YORK AND YORK UNIVERSITY
Jazz.
Vincent York, saxophone; Michael Wilson, guitar; Patrick Patillo, tenor saxophone; Haydel Le Cense, drums; Lenny Swanson, double bass. 
Performing May 4th from 2:00 to 3:00 pm in the 700 block of Miller Ave.

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DJ TOM CARPENTER & FRIENDS
Standing at Fountain and Summit? Wondering if it’s worth the hike to the top of the hill? It is, at least if you like to shake a tail feather to some serious grooves.
Tom Carpenter, percussion; Tony Ketz, bass; Asim Khan, superbone; Jim Predhomme, drums; Rich Wright, guitar.
Performing May 4th from 2:30 to 3:15 pm in the 1000 block of Fountain.
Water Hill Music Fest 2014
DJ TOM CARPENTER & FRIENDS
Standing at Fountain and Summit? Wondering if it’s worth the hike to the top of the hill? It is, at least if you like to shake a tail feather to some serious grooves.
Tom Carpenter, percussion; Tony Ketz, bass; Asim Khan, superbone; Jim Predhomme, drums; Rich Wright, guitar.
Performing May 4th from 2:30 to 3:15 pm in the 1000 block of Fountain.

Water Hill Music Fest 2014
 
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ANTONIA TEERNSTRA “THE HARMONICAT”
Ever-youthful Antonia Teernstra has lived and played harmonica on Water Hill for 35 years. We try not to have favorites, but….Performing May 4th from 2:45 to 3:15 pm in the 800 block of Fountain.
Water Hill Music Fest 2014
ANTONIA TEERNSTRA “THE HARMONICAT”
Ever-youthful Antonia Teernstra has lived and played harmonica on Water Hill for 35 years. We try not to have favorites, but….

Performing May 4th from 2:45 to 3:15 pm in the 800 block of Fountain.

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DRUMMUNITY!
If you’ve always wanted to play at the Water Hill Music Fest but can’t carry a tune come join the funnunity of Drummunity! A drumming circle with you, led by passionate and seasoned facilitator Lori Fithian. Drums and percussion toys provided or bring your own. All ages welcome, no experience necessary, willingness to have fun mandatory.Lori Fithian and Cindy RybarzPerforming May 4th from 2:45 to 3:15 pm in the 800 block of Pearl.
Water Hill Music Fest 2014
DRUMMUNITY!
If you’ve always wanted to play at the Water Hill Music Fest but can’t carry a tune come join the funnunity of Drummunity! A drumming circle with you, led by passionate and seasoned facilitator Lori Fithian. Drums and percussion toys provided or bring your own. All ages welcome, no experience necessary, willingness to have fun mandatory.

Lori Fithian and Cindy Rybarz

Performing May 4th from 2:45 to 3:15 pm in the 800 block of Pearl.

Water Hill Music Fest 2014
 
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BETSY SOUKUP
Betsy Soukup is a classically trained double bassist. Joined by percussionist Chris Sies, Betsy will perform a set of original songs. Influences include Bjork, Portishead, The XX, Radiohead, Joanna Newsom, Hundred Waters, and Nat Baldwin.
Betsy Soukup, bass, voice; Chris Sies, percussion.
Performing May 4th from 3:00 to 3:45 pm in the 300 block of Hiscock.
Water Hill Music Fest 2014
BETSY SOUKUP
Betsy Soukup is a classically trained double bassist. Joined by percussionist Chris Sies, Betsy will perform a set of original songs. Influences include Bjork, Portishead, The XX, Radiohead, Joanna Newsom, Hundred Waters, and Nat Baldwin.
Betsy Soukup, bass, voice; Chris Sies, percussion.
Performing May 4th from 3:00 to 3:45 pm in the 300 block of Hiscock.

Water Hill Music Fest 2014
 
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MAGDALEN FOSSUM TRIO
Magdalen is a thirteen-year-old singer, aspiring songwriter and musician. Over the past four years she has played to jubilant audiences all over Michigan. She has performed at The Ark numerous times and was named the Ark’s open stage performer of the year at the age of ten. 
Magdalen sings jazz, traditional, contemporary and original songs with charm and good cheer. 
Magdalen Fossum, ukulele and voice; Erin Lane, percussion; Alexis King, bass guitar. 
Performing May 4th from 3:15 to 4:00 pm in the 600 block of W. Summit.
Water Hill Music Fest 2014
MAGDALEN FOSSUM TRIO
Magdalen is a thirteen-year-old singer, aspiring songwriter and musician. Over the past four years she has played to jubilant audiences all over Michigan. She has performed at The Ark numerous times and was named the Ark’s open stage performer of the year at the age of ten.
Magdalen sings jazz, traditional, contemporary and original songs with charm and good cheer. 
Magdalen Fossum, ukulele and voice; Erin Lane, percussion; Alexis King, bass guitar. 
Performing May 4th from 3:15 to 4:00 pm in the 600 block of W. Summit.

Water Hill Music Fest 2014
 
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GWENYTH HAYES
Bassist and vocalist Gwenyth Hayes is unbound by genre. From sultry jazz to neo-soul to down and dirty blues, Gwenyth “Wendy” Hayes has done it all.
Gwenyth performed at the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Charles H. Wright Museum with the Black Women Rock. In 2012 she performed with Detroit’s renowned all-female jazz ensemble Straight Ahead and with former George Clinton P-Funk drummer and Detroit Music Award winner Gabe Gonzalez’ Enemy Squad. Gwenyth has opened for B.B. King and played behind Grammy Award winning blues legend Buddy Guy. Recently her ensembles have performed at venues including Arts, Beats, and Eats, Ann Arbor Summerfest, Ann Arbor Art Fair.

Big City Rhythm and Blues Magazine wrote about Gwenyth, “Wendy stepped up to the mic with jazzy neo-soul covers of Fever and All Along the Watchtower that stopped us in our tracks.”
Gwenyth Hayes, bass and vocals with James Cornelison, Patrick Whitehead, and Jesse Kramer.
Performing May 4th from 4:00 to 4:45 pm in the 500 block of Gott.
Water Hill Music Fest 2014
GWENYTH HAYES
Bassist and vocalist Gwenyth Hayes is unbound by genre. From sultry jazz to neo-soul to down and dirty blues, Gwenyth “Wendy” Hayes has done it all.
Gwenyth performed at the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Charles H. Wright Museum with the Black Women Rock. In 2012 she performed with Detroit’s renowned all-female jazz ensemble Straight Ahead and with former George Clinton P-Funk drummer and Detroit Music Award winner Gabe Gonzalez’ Enemy Squad. Gwenyth has opened for B.B. King and played behind Grammy Award winning blues legend Buddy Guy. Recently her ensembles have performed at venues including Arts, Beats, and Eats, Ann Arbor Summerfest, Ann Arbor Art Fair.

Big City Rhythm and Blues Magazine wrote about Gwenyth, “Wendy stepped up to the mic with jazzy neo-soul covers of Fever and All Along the Watchtower that stopped us in our tracks.”
Gwenyth Hayes, bass and vocals with James Cornelison, Patrick Whitehead, and Jesse Kramer.
Performing May 4th from 4:00 to 4:45 pm in the 500 block of Gott.
Water Hill Music Fest 2014
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  – And A Bunch More –
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2014 LIneup

Regan Knapp & The Carpool Quartet
Kathy Moore with Friends & Neighbors
Miner Miracles
Kim Vi & The Siblings
Big Fun
Shambhavi Das & Dan Piccolo
Abigail Stauffer & Katie Van Dusen
Antonia Teernstra “The Harmonicat”
Kathy & Bill
The Major Sisters
The Blue Effect
Markey Freudenburg-Puricelli
Hiss
Van Houten
The Takeaways
Klobucar Brothers
Them Lovable Roustabouts
Magdalen Fossum Trio
Ed Sarath and Friends
DJ Tom Carpenter & Friends
Companie Glorie
Rootin’ Tootin’ Hootin’ Hollerin’ Pasque Jamboree
The Moanin’ Frogs
Girls Who Care
Vincent York and York University
Betty and the M-22’s
Yellow Fellows
Drummunity!
The Jas Obrecht Experience
Rabbit Wizard
Maypole Dancing with Nawal Motowi
Lady Bass Gwenyth Hayes
Legendary Wings
Dirty Deville
Flycatcher
Betsy Soukup
Radiant Marks
Hullabaloo
Hoodang
Accidentally Hip
Hawks
Front Porch Swing
Dick Siegel
The Paths
Elmer Fuzz
Kyle & Helen Friends Band
Howard White & Hal Davis
Ella Kocher Band
Los Gatos
Mickey & Bill
Phil Ogilvie’s Rhythm Kings
The Chenille Sisters
Mac Hine & Co
Azzam
Questmarkarians
Passing Notes
The Howling Loud
I Love a Piano
Renee Robbins’ Piano Students
Captain Ivory
Bill Schafer
Rootstand
Ann Arbor Shape Notes
Ann Arbor Recorder Society
Joel Patrick Parkkila
Shiphead
Fumbling Tumbleweeds
Nutshell
The Hive Ann Arbor
The Vagrant Symphony
The End Times
Of One / The Magnolians
Uke-lear Energy
Wych Elm
Katie Lee & Andrew Brown
Casey Brooks Band
Julia’s Seizure
Broken Spokes
Paul’s Big Radio
Kevin & The Glen Levens
The Understorey
Waleed Howrani
Tree Town Community Chorus
She-Bop & The Riff Raffs
CHIT CHAT
Dr. Unk

Ron Brooks Trio
Corndaddy
Chris Buhalis
 
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