Join us for a night of music with these incredible artists in a home that was built in 1885 and is nestled in the history rich neighborhood of Northwest Goldberg.
I will host and open up the show with a few songs. There will be some refreshments available, but it is BYOB. The cover will be collected at the door and will be $10-15 dollars based on a sliding scale (cash apps payments will also be accepted). During the break I will give a house and garden tour!
The Dangling Participles are a Lansing-based band with a diverse repertoire ranging from indie folk and Americana to jazz and pop. For their Detroit House of Music debut, the band’s two songwriters, Tamiko Rothhorn and Austin Kaufmann, will perform as a duo. Their on-stage chemistry, rich harmonies, and contagious energy make for a lively concert experience. Instrumentally, Austin anchors the pair on guitar and harmonica, with Tamiko adding cornet and ukulele.
The Dang Ps (as their fans call them) have been hopping genres and performing around Michigan since 2015. Their first album, "Present," was released in 2018, and in 2022, the band released its sophomore album "One More Drop." Music journalist Lori Stratton (Ann Arbor) writes: “The Dangling Participles thoughtfully demonstrate authenticity throughout the 12 tracks on 'One More Drop,' which features storied lyrics, infectious multi-part harmonies and vibrant folk-jazz instrumentation.” And in his album review for the Local Spins website (Grand Rapids), reviewer Dutcher Snedeker writes, “[L]istening to this record feels like a burst of dopamine.”
Emily Rose is a singer/songwriter, storyteller, and published poet from Detroit, Michigan. Since the genesis of her career she has toured nationally, performed the Midwest folk festival circuits, and released three full length albums, and one book. Her sensitivity to the written word and intricate guitar work have earned her recognition in her hometown, by receiving eight Detroit Music Awards.
Songs from her 2011 album ‘Porchlight Tragical’ were placed in PlayStation Four’s Detroit: Become Human as well as the feature film, Welcome to Happiness. In 2018, she released “Wake Up Brave” a collection of songs that nod to writers like John Prine and Randy Newman.
Rose’s 2022 single release ‘Shoebox Island’ is a waltz with nostalgia; a dive into the ever-changing relationship we have with our past. She is currently performing in the Midwest, releasing singles, and working on a concept album set be be released in 2023. “Quite a storyteller…incredibly captivating stories.” -Ann Delisi, WDET “Words are paramount for Rose — every verse's syllable is ripe with potential for moving the story in the perfect way, or the most perfect way possible.” -Jeff Milo, The MetroTimes
Sunday April 2nd, 1-3pm, Tickets include brunch - a light fare plus mimosas, bloody mary's, coffee and tea! 5603 14th St, Detroit, MI 48208 https://earthworkmusic.com/.../dede-the-dreamers-wsg... Dede and the Dreamers take their Powerful Album to Southern Michigan. Starting in Kalamazoo for a much needed family friendly performance at the Clover Room, they will then head East to Ann Arbor, Lake Orion, and Detroit for a series of shows to support their Album "Powerful", released in Nov (22). They will also be celebrating this tour, as they will have a reunion with their original drummer John Driscoll, who has not performed with them in 4 years. Dede and the Dreamers are a Crossover Jazz Band leaning into funk, soul, and world influences. Dede Alder leads the band with vocals and Marimba (mallet percussion instrument) so arrangements are always unique. Backing her up are Josh Holcomb on Viola, Chris Michels on Electric Bass, and John Driscoll on Drums. Listen to the new album here. Searing and haunting, Detroit Music Award winning singer/songwriter Audra Kubat has released 7 albums to critical acclaim in a career that spans over 20 years. A composer, performer, and educator, Audra’s work has earned her a place in the community as a resource for empowerment through songwriting and music. Her methods of composition articulate grace and uncover hidden places between our dreams and our realities. An offering of stark and beautiful reality that possesses experience yet embraces the whimsical. She has shared bills with Aimee Mann, Rodriguez, Roberta Flack, Greta Van Fleet, The War and Treaty, Whit Hill, and Jolie Holland, to name a few.
Cold Mountain Child with Audra Kubat $15.00 Join us for an evening of song at The Clover Room as we honor the approaching spring equinox and the reawakening of life for another season's turning. This is gonna be a cozy one folks!
Cold Mountain Child is a dream-folk trio writing songs inspired by the histories of americana, shoegaze, lo-fi, psychedelic and latin american protest music. Their work explores leaf-to-loam tangles, nightworlds, inner/outer journeys, grief and nectar of the heart.
Detroit Music Award winning singer/songwriter Audra Kubat has released 7 albums to critical acclaim in a career that spans over 25 years. A composer, performer, and educator, Kubat’s work has earned her a place in the community as a resource for empowerment through songwriting and music. Her methods of composition articulate grace and uncover hidden places that defy easy categorization. An offering of stark and beautiful reality that possesses experience yet embraces the whimsical.
We hope to see you there!
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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.
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.”
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