It was a storm of eclectic shows: The Accidentals, Ministry, Julien Baker, Kevin Jones Quintet, Asleep at the Wheel, John Sebastian, Go Rounds, Wailin’ Jennys, Tauk, Mustard Plug and more in Local Spins images.
Cataclysmic meteorological craziness aside, the second of week of April brought some good news to West Michigan, too – at least, when it comes to the music scene.
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Consider this: The offerings of concerts included the indie-folk of Michigan faves The Accidentals (making their 20 Monroe Live debut), the industrial metal of Ministry, the Texas swing of Asleep at the Wheel, the instrumental rock fusion jams of Tauk, the unique indie-rock of Kalamazoo’s The Go Rounds and Memphis’ Julien Baker, the Canadian indie-folk of The Wailin Jennys, the classic tales of John Sebastian, the ska of Mustard Plug and much, much more.
Get a colorful recap in this edition of the week-in-review photo galleries and take a gander at some videos, too.
The Accidentals at 20 Monroe Live (American Red Cross benefit)
Photos by Taylor Mansen
Ministry, Chelsea Wolfe, The God Bombs at 20 Monroe Live
Photos by Anthony Norkus
Photos by Kendra Kamp