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South Haven, MI 49090

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FOUNDRY HALL PRESENTS: 

Piper & Carson

SUNDAY DECEMBER 8, 2019

7 pm @ Bailey Museum (903 S. Bailey)
Toronto based Roots/Americana duo
$10 adv (online)/$15 at the door
Piper & Carson website

Toronto/Hamilton based Roots/Americana duo Piper & Carson are stopping in South Haven on their midwest tour and we thought another Bailey House Concert would be perfect for them. $10 Advance tickets are available online, $15 at the door. Foundry Hall and Bailey members get the advance price at the door and 18 and under are free!

 

From festival stages to intimate house concerts, Piper & Carson remind us of why we go to see live music. Their songwriting is free and fiercely personal; as if it’s been running in the woods, washing in cold water, and howling with wolves. The couples undeniable chemistry and onstage presence draws the audience into the conversation. Piper’s immersive storytelling provides context and familiarity bringing their original music to life. After first meeting on Carson’s father’s organic vegetable farm, they’ve spent the last four years touring Canada coast-to-coast, showcasing at international Folk Conferences, touring overseas in the Netherlands and to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. In December 2017 they released the album ‘Piper & Carson’ together. Their work is deeply rooted in intention and both strive to use their platform to forward social change and promote mental health awareness. This duo will make you believe that folk music can change the world.

 

“Vibrant storytelling with great musicality left me with songs in my head for weeks! Can’t wait to see Piper & Carson to get them stuck again!”

 

– Justin Nordell (Executive Director of the Philadelphia Folksong Society)

WINTER BIRDS AND HOW TO ATTRACT THEM

SATURDAY JANUARY 11, 2020

Saturday, January 11, 2020 10:00 – 11:30 am 

FOUNDRY HALL PRESENTS: 

Aaron Jonah Lewis

FRIDAY JANUARY 10, 2020

7 pm @ Bailey Museum (903 S. Bailey)
$10 adv (online)/$15 at the door

Aaron Jonah Lewis website

 

Join us for another Bailey house concert at the Bailey Museum in South Haven. Concerts take place in the McNeil Gallery, an acoustically warm space perfect for taking in Aaron’s music!

Aaron has been to South Haven several times with the Corn Potato String Band, but comes to us now on a solo tour to support his newly released classic finger-style banjo CD “Mozart of the Banjo”. This album consists exclusively of pieces by the great English banjo composer Joe Morley, an early 20th-century virtuoso and prolific composer whose works have appealed to me since I first encountered them.

Aaron Jonah Lewis is a champion fiddler who has been elbow-deep in traditional American fiddle and banjo music since his first lessons at the age of five with Kentucky native Robert Oppelt. Lewis has taken blue ribbons at the Appalachian String Band Festival in Clifftop, WV, and at the Old Fiddlers Convention in Galax, VA, the oldest and largest fiddlers convention in the country. He is also noted for his mastery of multiple banjo styles.  He spends most of his time teaching, touring as a solo performer, with the Corn Potato String Band, Lovestruck Balladeers, and other projects.