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Family Songwriting Sessions at the Arts, Beats, & Eats 2021

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Old Nation Sounds w/ Audra Kubat

Live Stream

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This Is A Good Sound presents: Old Nation Sounds w/ Audra Kubat live stream takeover of Old Nation Brewing Co.

Friday, May 8, 7:00 PM Tune in here: https://www.facebook.com/oldnationbrewing/

“Kubat has a rippling voice, a ringing guitar style, melodies that linger, and lyrics that echo” — Performing Songwriter Magazine

Audra Kubat is a Detroit born singer-songwriter. Self-taught, Kubat began composing music on the piano at the age of eight. In her teens she started putting words to the music. Teaching herself to play the guitar, she began performing in local coffeehouses. In 1999 she created the band, “Stunning Amazon”, and in November of that year released a self-titled album. The band became locally successful and the CD paved the way towards bigger shows and media appearances.

Sing Me Home Festival Week 4 Thursday, 5/7 7:00pm - Earthwork in the Round with Samantha Cooper, Dede Alder, Elisabeth Pixley-Fink, Amber Hasan, and Audra Kubat

Live Stream

Dinner & a Show hosted by Audra Kubat

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The Culture Club, 487 Alexandrine St W., Detroit

https://www.facebook.com/events/501708297419559/

Detroit House of Music presents the second of an on going series of exclusive house concerts featuring award winning singer-songwriter and educator, Audra Kubat. This evening special guest performer is Julia Shuren. There will be a plated dinner prepared by Marianne Audrey Burrows's Kind Cafe and Moon Bar.

As DHoM is currently under renovation, we are grateful to be using this temporary space, a 19th century Victorian home in Cass Corridor. This evening goes beyond food and music. It is our direct way of sharing progress to you who have shown support and our way of bringing you closer to our mission and what we are about. It is also to express immense gratitude as experiences like this are as intimate as they come. Your ticket price will include a year long membership to DHoM along with special event access, ways to get more involved and other membership perks!

At our first D&S together we raised enough for 8 music scholarship! This time will raising funding for the musical instrument library.

5-6 Gathering and Greetings 6-7 Dinner Served 7-8:30 Music & Presentation 8:30-9 After Glow

Photo taken at DHoM by Doug Coombe.

Julia Shuren is a singer/songwriter steeped in soulful mellow pop with edgy R&B feels. Artists like Stevie Wonder, Elton John, and Norah Jones are a few of her biggest influences. She is currently attending the Detroit Institute of Music Education majoring in Songwriting while playing shows regularly. A few of her most notable shows have been opening for “The Voice” finalist Christian Cuevas, and famous singer-songwriter Janice Ian. She has been featured in PBS episode “Detroit Performs” and has featured compositions in iHeart Radio Podcast “Hit Man.”

$50

The Detroit Institute of Arts presents: Audra Kubat

Detroit Institute of Arts, 5200 Woodward, Detroit

For more details visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/450522522473537/

Detroit's own award-winning Audra Kubat is celebrating the release of her 7th album, a collection of songs about the personal and the universal.

Special guests include:

Emily Rose, Tamara Finlay, Anne Erlewine, Annie Bacon, Kate Hinote, Jo Serrapere, Alison Lewis, Mar Brisa, Emilie Rivard, Sodra Jane, Mike Galbraith, Emily Burns, Aaron Markovitz, Torri Lynn Frances, Ozzie Andrews, More TBA

Wheatland Music Festival

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Jan19

2015 Detroit MLK Day Rally and March (Rally starts at 12 noon)

Central United Methodist Church, 23 E. Adams and Woodward, Detroit

EVENT: 12th Annual MLK Day Rally & March Location: Central United Methodist Church, Woodward at Adams TIME: Noon Rally at Church, 1:30 March Thru Downtown Sponsor: Detroit MLK Committee Contact: (313) 405-2185 or 671-3715 E-mail: mlkdetroit@ymail.com URL: mlkdetroit.org

Please join us after the march -

The Annual MLK DAY Cultural Program after the march, Jan 19 from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. at Central United Methodist Church on Woodward and Adams.

(The cultural programs and space for community agencies and grass roots groups will be on the second floor of the church.)

Tentative Format: 3:30 - 4:00 musicians, dancers/ singers 4: 00 -4: 40 poets, 4: 40- 5:00 musicians/ dancers/singers/ to close program

Lilac Festival on Mackinac Island

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Mackinac Island

June 9th 3-5pm Windermere Point June 10th 3-5pm Windermere Point June 11th 3-5pm Mary's Bistro June 12th 11-1:30pm " A Taste Of Mackinac"

A Fanciful Fall Festival!

November 21 at 9:20pm until November 24 at 1:40am

This is a Fall Festival in Ypsilanti, MI to celebrate the Thanksgiving season and the beautiful fall colors with great music from local artists hosted by the one and only Intellect Records!

Here's the lineup/ proposed schedule thus far (tenative and subject to change)

Thursday November 21st Woodruff's Ypsilanti, MI 9:20- 2 A.M

9:20 Kat Steih 10:00 Trembling Earth 10:40 Johnny Lunchbox 11:20 Little Island Lake 12:00 B.S.R.B. 12:40 The Old Adage 1:20 Unicorn

Friday November 22nd Frenchie's Ypsilanti, MI 9:00- Midnight

9:00 J. Washburn Gardner 9:30 Audra Kubat 10:30 Darkness 11:00 The Vagrant Symphony

Saturday November 23rd Frog Island Park Ypsilanti, MI 4:20- 7:20

4:20 Russell Davis 5:20 Lefty Leadfoot On a Log 6:20 Flow ( A Tribute to Enya)

Canada House 310 Olive Ypsilanti, MI 8:20- 2:00 A.M.

8:20 Dedman (A.K.A. Brian Tucker) 9:00 Super Thing 10:00 Ross Huff 10:40 March of the Ant (Walk Your Bike's newest phase) 11:20 Nina and the Buffalo Riders 12:00 Las Drogas 12:40 White Pineapple 1:20 Cyrano Jones

Aug30

Arts, beats, and Eats!

Age limit: All ages

Aug24

Mackinac Island's Fudge Fest!

Mackinac Island

 

Age limit: All ages

Aug9

Wine Tasting!

Michigan by the Bottle , 45645 Hayes , Shelby Township , Michigan 48315

Age limit: All ages

Aug8

M. L. Liebler Presents Detroit Tonight Live

M. L. Liebler Presents Detroit Tonight Live @ the the Jazz Cafe in the Music Hall, 350 Madison, Detroit, MI

 -Detroit Poet & Slam Champ Deonte Osayande

-Award Winning Metro Detroit Poets from Mary Jo Firth Gillett's Master Workshop Anne Doran & Nadia Ibrashi

-PLUS Detroit's super folk hero following in the footsteps of Joni Mitchell - the wonderful Audra Kubat

-http://www.jazzcafedetroit.com/

Age limit: All ages