It is official; The Mishawaka is open for the 2018 season. Hometown band Head for the Hills opened the venue on May 12, 2018, with a Last Waltz feel, by bringing a host of friends on stage for a memborable performance. They played songs they wrote, and they covered songs they love. The rain fell all night long but did not stop concertgoers from enjoying this epic concert.
Cynthia Wilson is a multimedia journalist with a Masters in New Media Journalism and a Bachelors in Journalism with a minor in Music Theory and Composition. She has a grassroots digital publication, Argento Studios. She is a content producer and co-founder of The Nashville Music Masters. She was the social producer for Green Mile Films, PR for Women’s Grand Prix at the US Pro Challenge, and Chief Relationship Officer for technology company Studio Hyperset. She is a music journalist, freelance writer, and digital content producer.
This Labor Day Weekend for summer’s “last hurrah” join in on a brand new camping music festival called I SLEPT WITH THE BAND brought to you by The Symbols! In three different locations in Colorado and Wyoming, you can get away and have some fun with friends and great music on September 1-3. Here is your chance to travel and camp with The Symbols, Bluz Kadillak, Dale Cisek Band, Eon, […]
Blind Alley Troubadours are a band that keeps the audience guessing. Their music integrates various styles including Americana, rock, blues, punk, country, folk and “awesomeness.” With descriptions ranging from alt-country to mountain rock to gypsy rock, their genre is not easily nailed down. They like to say, “we play whatever we feel will get you groovin’.” Fort Collins locals Blind Alley Troubadours formed in October 2013, with John-Erik on guitar […]
What happens when you mix a mutual love for well-written songs and good lyrics? Songs that bring tears, cause goosebumps, and songs that evoke feelings not translated with mere words? Songs that make you think and even that make you dance? Those are the sweet and spicy sounds of the new band, Sugarbirds. The Sugarbirds are Kelly Keeler, banjo, guitar, vocal and songwriting, Kenneth Monks, fretless bass guitar, and Emily […]