The weekend produced fascinating performances from Grand Rapids to Kalamazoo, including metal band If He Dies He Dies reuniting at The Pyramid Scheme and Mariachi Herencia De Mexico at State Theatre.
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West Michigan celebrated yet another weekend of live music that covered the musical spectrum:
• Award-winning country singer Carly Pearce (“What He Didn’t Do,” “Every Little Thing”) made a Friday tour stop at GLC Live at 20 Monroe in Grand Rapids;
• Grand Rapids’ aggressive, raw metal band If He Dies He Dies took the stage for the first time in 13 years as part of a special, packed reunion show at The Pyramid Scheme in Grand Rapids;
• Mariachi Herencia de México — a band that the Chicago Sun-Times has raved “takes mariachi to whole new heights” — lit up Kalamazoo State Theatre;
• The rootsy, Americana and country flavored King Possum and Nicholas James & The Bandwagon joined Oracle in commemorating the 20th anniversary of the release of KBS (Kentucky Breakfast Stout) at Founders Brewing Co. in Grand Rapids on Saturday;
• Kait Rose’s Fleetwood Mac Tribute electrified fans on multiple, consecutive nights at Bell’s Brewery Eccentric Cafe in Kalamazoo.
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PHOTO GALLERY: Carly Pearce, Adam Doleac at GLC Live at 20 Monroe
Photos by Veronica Dearborn
PHOTO GALLERY: IF He Dies He Dies at The Pyramid Scheme
Photos by Jeff Brinn
PHOTO GALLERY: Mariachi Herencia De Mexico, Bachapopi at Kalamazoo State Theatre
Photos by Derek Ketchum