The Petoskey-bred alt-country act is still basking in the glow of its brush with Seger hoopla as it prepares for a half-dozen home state appearances and unveils new music on the road. Get the back story and photos at Local Spins, and see where you can catch the band on its Michigan tour later this month.
Ryan Boldrey is a native Michigander who returned to the Great Lakes State in 2016 after spending the better part of a decade working as a reporter and editor for Colorado’s largest community newspaper group. In addition to freelancing with numerous other publications over the course of his career, he has worked on video projects with Kalamazoo’s Greensky Bluegrass and has an MFA in Creative Writing from San Diego State.
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The all-star trio of Michigan-bred singers — May Erlewine, Lindsay Lou and Rachael Davis — launch a four-show run through the Mitten at Bell’s in Kalamazoo on Wednesday, and are eyeing a really big year for Sweet Water Warblers in 2020. Learn more about the group, watch videos of their performances at Local Spins.
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