Arts Night Out! Old-Time Music Jam and Live Music with Catbird SeatWhen: May 5, 2017 - 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm Venue : Elderly Instruments, 1100 North Washington, Lansing MI 48906
Arts Night Out! Old-Time Music Jam and Live Music with Catbird Seat
Presented by Elderly Instruments and the Lansing Arts Council
Friday, May 5, 2017
5 - 8 pm
Location: Elderly Instruments
in-store event (It's all free!)
Join us here at Elderly Instruments in Lansing's Old Town district for our part in the May slate of the city's "Arts Night Out" events!
The fun starts at 5 pm - come and browse our multi-roomed, museum-like showroom (long a travel destination for music lovers everywhere), where we'll hosting an Old-Time Music Jam hosted by our old friends in the Pretty Shakey String Band!
If you play fiddle, banjo, guitar, mandolin, dulcimer (either kind), or anything else you can play the old tunes on - or if you'd simply enjoy being in a room humming with live music played by real human beings - come over and join us.
The Live Concert starts at 6:45, and it'll feature local favorites Wanda Degen and Kay Rinker-O'Neil, aka Catbird Seat!
"Lively and fun, educational and entertaining, performances by Wanda & Kay feature lovely harmony vocals with tasteful accompaniment on the autoharp, dulcimers, flute & guitar!" Since June of 2013, this duo has been enthusiastically received by audiences in a wide variety of venues around Michigan, including: Soaring Eagle Casino, Mt. Pleasant; Wild Blueberry Festival, Paradise; Silver Bells in the City, Lansing; Original Dulcimer Players Club Funfest, Evart; Independence Village of East Lansing & of Grand Ledge; Children's Concert Series, East Lansing; Mid-Winter Singing Festival - Folk/Pop Favorites workshop, East Lansing.
It's all free! Come and join us!
"Presented by the Arts Council of Greater Lansing, in partnership with our local commercial and business associations, Arts Night Out is a monthly event series that invites you to visit four different Lansing neighborhoods to experience urban space and creativity in unexpected ways. Consider your local yoga studio filled with pottery wheels and clay throwers. Think what would happen if the corner hardware store turned scrap art gallery and your local pub was re-vamped into an intimate spoken word speakeasy. Imagine parklet donut bars outside your accountant's office and your favorite art gallery partnering with their neighboring coffeehouse to present the swirling deliciouness of foam latte artwork.
We're building collaborative and inherently creative mash-ups and whatever way you can participate, we want you to be a part of it."