2017-09-13 / News

Music to fill downtown Croswell this weekend

CROSWELL — The roads will close this weekend to make way for the fourth annual Harvest Music Festival in downtown Croswell, on saturday from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.

The festival will feature all day live music on two stages, a craft/antique flea market, food trucks, a scarecrow competition and a cornhole tournament with a cash prize, said Jeremy McClellan, one of the festival’s organizers.

There will be performances by Emilie & Andrew, the Jarrod Champion Trio, Barelyon, Ally Evenson and Thunderwude.

Emilie and Andrew Hale are a singer songwriter duo whose sounds are inspired by love, life, and Lexington.

Jarrod Champion is a self-taught pianist, vocalist, organist, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from the Detroit area. Originally based in rock and roll, he eventually spread out into the jazz, blues and traditional country/folk circuits.

The Jarrod Champion Trio also features Kurt Krahnke on bass and Jesse Kramer on drums.

Barelyon is what happens when the Big Apple meets the Motor City.

From New York City and Detroit respectively, Barelyon is a focus on duets and harmonies.

Ally Evenson, originally from Fort Gratiot, is a singer/songwriter who now calls the Detroit area her home.

Thunderwude specializes in bluegrass, roots and Americana. The band consists of Jason Dennie, Wesley Fritzemeier, and Tommy Reifel.

Thunderwüde started out primarily as a traditional bluegrass quartet with guitar, mandolin, fiddle and upright bass and has since evolved into a tight-nit trio that can bounce between i original compositions, bluegrass standards, and current billboard hits.

If you are a crafter, vendor or would like to set up at the antique flea market, contact Cindy ASAP at 679-3803.

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