With much of the band now based in Nashville, the popular Michigan-bred bluegrass quartet plays Grand Haven on Friday and has a hectic 2017 ahead. Members also are flourishing with a variety of side projects, including Sweet Water Warblers and the Mark Lavengood Bluegrass Bonanza. Check out the Local Spins interview and band videos.
The second half of April kicks off with a host of celebrations, including a hip hop “festival,” a Mo Pop preview, an Earth Day bash, a Local Blues Matters benefit and a new house concert series to which you can win free tickets via Local Spins. Check out all of this week’s live music selection, including some dandy Under-the-Radar Picks.